I had a dream, that became a nightmare; the truth in reporting black prostitute killings / behind the butcher killings / I would rather smoke weed with Noriega then [sic] to take the cocaine that Reagan, Bush, & Magic Johnson PUSH

U. W. W. P. [acronym unknown]

Editorial: the artist, no place [distributed in San Francisco], 1990
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Librería: Bolerium Books Inc. (San Francisco, CA, Estados Unidos de America)

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11x17 inch mini-poster, photoreproduced, delivered to our source in person by its creator (a lithe African American woman then in her early 30s) anonymously, almost 25 years ago; dated in the plate. Minor crinkling with a short closed edge tear. Two bits of autobiography are embedded here: one rib of text reads, "Why didn't the Senate investigation ask about the private killings of black people for sex reasons like my family in St. Louis Mo." . "There are 200 more little black girls and women with these evill illegal devices in there bodys in MO. & CA. Will be kill just like the butcher prostitutes." She says "human brain TV," "medical microphones torture," and implanted antennae allow the rich (specifically sports celebs like the Lakers and Magic Johnson; singers like Diana Ross and Janet Jackson; national figures such as Ronald Reagan and Oprah Winfrey) to buy live healthy bodies for remotely-witnessed dissection. "For 30 yrs. the rich people in this nation have been buy-ing lives." Banner text reads, "NEWS LETTER let my people go off of this tax torture medi- cal freguentcy [sic] 1990.". N° de ref. de la librería 151741

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Título: I had a dream, that became a nightmare; the ...

Editorial: the artist, no place [distributed in San Francisco]

Año de publicación: 1990

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Bolerium Books specializes in American social movements and related topics. You can contact us for free email lists in our subject areas. We are located in San Francisco's Mission District on the third floor at 2141 Mission St. Our public hours are Noon to 6pm, Monday to Saturday.

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