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Environmental Images and Imaginary Landscapes

s an accomplished photographer, and as a founder member of the Black Environmental Network (BEN), Ingrid Pollard has produced a body of work which encourages a reconsideration of certainessay, the belief that population needs urgently to be controlled. 1. The Black Environmental Network (BEN) was formed in order to encourage black people's participation in activities and debates about environmental issuesurban (black) ghettos, and the deterioration of the Californian wilderness. These fears grew in the context of the demands for equality expressed by the civil rights movement and emergent Black Power activists, and what
Soundings Issue 1, Autumn 1995

Placing Television

communication that empowers publics and disempowers authority. Indeed the rise of feminism, the civil rights movement, black power, and other movements of the 1960s is traceable to the impact of television, which incited its first
New Formations Number 4 Spring 1988

POLITICS & SPORT

work of a black athletic protest movement first proposed by the black political satirist Dick Gregory before the 1960 Olympics. He argued that the Olympics exploited black Americans who were allowed to temporarily emerge fromJose State College basketball coach, culminated on the victory rostrum in the clenched-fist black power salutes of Tommie Smith (who held 11 world sprint records), Lee Evans (who with the Cuban Juantorena was among
Marxism Today June 1980

AND ABROAD

SPECIAL OFFER CHE GUEVARA’S BOLIVIAN DIARIES The Black Dwarf Autumn 68 Special issue. Price 10 p plus postage 21/2р (reduced fromPublications WOMENS LIBERATION, Black Power. Labour History, Marxism, AfroAmerican History, Colonial Revolution, etc. Catalogues from Pathfinder Press, 28 Poland St, London W1V 3DB. INDEPENDENT INCOME at home
7 Days Wednesday March 22, 1972 No 21

LIFE

Publications W OMENS L IB E R A T IO N , Black Power, Labour History, Marxism, A froAmerican History, Colonial Revolution, etc. Catalogues from Pathfinder Press, 28 Poland St, London
7 Days Wednesday March 15, 1972 No 20

SPORT

American establishment did think and feel just like Patterson —and that’s why he became their first black Great White hope. But Ali lounged at home, as they threatened him with the draft, occasionally makingNegro, now in rebellion and personified in the boxing world by Ali, back into his “ place” . The black hope on the contrary, was to see Lazarus crushed, to see Uncle Tom defeated, to be givenscription 60p. Inkululeko Publications, 39 Goodge Street, London W .1. WOMENS LIB ER A TIO N , Black Power, Labour History, Marxism, AfroAmerican History, Colonial Revolution, etc. Catalogues from Pathfinder Press, 28 Poland St, London
7 Days Wednesday March 8, 1972 No 19

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7 Days Wednesday March 1, 1972 No 18

SPORT

WOMENS L IB E R A TIO N , Black Power, Labour History, Marxism, AfroAmerican History, Colonial Revolution, etc. Catalogues from Pathfinder Press, 28 Poland St, London
7 Days Wednesday February 23, 1972 No 17

ARTS

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7 Days Wednesday 5 January 1972 No 10

Arts

accompaniment very much in the style of his Freewheeling album. His voice has also regained the clear power of that period. On side two he sings the song again, this time an extended version withWomans Liberation, Black Power, Labour H istory, Marxism, A fro-A m ercian H istory, Colonial Revolu­ tion, etc. Catalogues
7 Days Wednesday 15 December, 1971 Vol 1, No 8,

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7 Days Wednesday 1 December, 1971 Vo 1, No 6

FOREIGN NEWS

state of emergency to crush a growing black power movement led by the National Joint Action Committee. Their spokesman, Geddes Granger, had called
7 Days Wednesday 24 November 1971 & DAYS Vol 1, No 5

Special Feature

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7 Days 10 November 1971, Vol 1, No 3

Special feature:

books from all over the world, covering Marxism, Women’s Liberation, Ireland, Revolutionary movements abroad, Black Power, Philosophy, History, Sociology, Literature and Art. And there’s a wide selection of foreign newspapers, some not available
7 Days Wednesday 27 October 1971 Vol. 1, No. 1

And What Did We Find?

this is a contribution made by the women from the brixton black women’s group to the rally “women all over the world in struggle for liberation”, held at conway hall on international women’s day, march 8th 1978. As britain began to feel an economic decline, black people became more and more of a ‘problem’ the acts became increasingly restrictive and repressive and black women faced particular violation of their home and privacy.
Red Rag Volume 13

Violence Against Women: male power in action

Whilst women are sure to confront it, this is an issue which should concern all people, and the degree to which men are prepared to become allies of women in the struggle against violence, harassment and the fear of violence which act as social controls, will be indicative of the degree to which men are prepared to take women seriously. single women whilst women in relationships with men are subject to domestic violence, or the threat of it, women on their own are not free from the fear of violence.
Marxism Today August 1981

Politics, Race and US Penal Strategies

In the national drug control strategy, published in september 1989 as a blue print for bush's drug war, william bennett, the national 'drug czar', provided a suitable example of the way in which politicians have organised and targeted rising social concerns over crime and drugs in order to build a more coercive moral unity and legitimise increased 165 soundings carceral control.3 according to bennett, 'the intensifying drug-related chaos' may be predominantly attributed to crack: 'our most intense and immediate problem is inner-city crack use'; this 'is spreading like a plague'(pp3-5). anti-drug discourses: the inner-city and crack cocaine if the black underclass ideology dehumanised inner-city blacks and pointed to them as the cause of many social evils, anti-drug discourses took the censure of inner164 politics, race and us penal strategies city blacks a step further, actively mobilising and legitimising political action against them.
Soundings soundings issue 2 Spring 1996

Politics, Race and US Penal Strategies

In the national drug control strategy, published in september 1989 as a blue print for bush's drug war, william bennett, the national 'drug czar', provided a suitable example of the way in which politicians have organised and targeted rising social concerns over crime and drugs in order to build a more coercive moral unity and legitimise increased 165 soundings carceral control.3 according to bennett, 'the intensifying drug-related chaos' may be predominantly attributed to crack: 'our most intense and immediate problem is inner-city crack use'; this 'is spreading like a plague'(pp3-5). anti-drug discourses: the inner-city and crack cocaine if the black underclass ideology dehumanised inner-city blacks and pointed to them as the cause of many social evils, anti-drug discourses took the censure of inner164 politics, race and us penal strategies city blacks a step further, actively mobilising and legitimising political action against them.
Soundings Issue 2, Spring 1996

Thinking with music

In a similar vein the search for politics continues in hemment's suggestion that 'the ecstatic dance is not in itself political, but it is a micropolitical event - an intervention in the formation of desire'.2 finally, hesmondhalgh warns against a too easy confirmation of the democratic potential of dance music on the grounds of these same features of authorless music, imagined and produced largely outside the corporate cultures of the big music companies.3 this is misleading, he argues, because it overlooks how dance music producers also get sucked into the star mythology of name djs and the attraction of a record deal with a major company. 'it is not unusual for producers like grooverider and 4hero to make a piece of music in the daytime and play it 'out' at a club in the evening'.4 4. 62 c. melville, 'new forms and metal headz; jungle, black music and breakbeat culture', unpub ma dissertation goldsmiths college, london 1997- thinking with music morrisey by rankin how this kind of activity will work out in the post-welfare society remains to be seen.
Soundings Soundings Issue 9 Summer 1998

Thinking with Music

In a similar vein the search for politics continues in hemment's suggestion that 'the ecstatic dance is not in itself political, but it is a micropolitical event - an intervention in the formation of desire'.2 finally, hesmondhalgh warns against a too easy confirmation of the democratic potential of dance music on the grounds of these same features of authorless music, imagined and produced largely outside the corporate cultures of the big music companies.3 this is misleading, he argues, because it overlooks how dance music producers also get sucked into the star mythology of name djs and the attraction of a record deal with a major company. 'it is not unusual for producers like grooverider and 4hero to make a piece of music in the daytime and play it 'out' at a club in the evening'.4 4. 62 c. melville, 'new forms and metal headz; jungle, black music and breakbeat culture', unpub ma dissertation goldsmiths college, london 1997- thinking with music morrisey by rankin how this kind of activity will work out in the post-welfare society remains to be seen.
Soundings Issue 9, Summer 1997

Home News:

london prompting but by tuesday october 19 it had become clear that the original prompting had come from london: the irish times were told by dutch police on monday that the “original inspiration” had come from the special branch in london; moreover while on the saturday the dutch police said they had “good reason to believe these arms were destined for the ira” by monday dutch police chief major erik gerritsen stated that special branch envoy winslow had failed to convince him that there was any connection with the ira. Home news 7 days 27 october 1971 camera press after ten days of lies a nd planted stories 7 d a y s exposes the fraud of the amsterdam arm s haul it is now clear that the dramatic “dis­ covery” of 116 crates of czech arms at amsterdam airport on october 16 was a hoax, set up by the foreign office and the special branch to whip up an anti-ira scare and add some substance to their faltering campaign against the 105 russian “spies”.
7 Days Wednesday 27 October 1971 Vol. 1, No. 1

Flight From Jo'burg

south africa's new era flight from jo'burg i international pressure has bowed south africa's once-powerful economy. tncs ended new investment to the third world (including south africa) in the late 1970s.
Marxism Today March 1990

Gringos, reggae gyals and 'le francais de la souche recente'

so much nonsense has been written about the apparent unwillingness of black fans to attend english football matches, particularly in the case of the 1998 football task force (ftf) report to the ministry of sport.7 the reasons offered vary, from the out-and-out racist to claims about 'extenuating cultural and economic factors': 'black people don't watch football they follow basketball ... they don't like to have to stand out in the cold ... It will look at the significance of the qualification of the jamaican national team for the world cup and the experience of jamaican fans - many of whom were born in britain - and the inclusion and identification embodied around the jamaican team.
Soundings soundings issue 11 Spring 1999

Gringos, reggae gyals and 'le francais de la souche recente': Nation, Diaspora and Identity in Football

so much nonsense has been written about the apparent unwillingness of black fans to attend english football matches, particularly in the case of the 1998 football task force (ftf) report to the ministry of sport.7 the reasons offered vary, from the out-and-out racist to claims about 'extenuating cultural and economic factors': 'black people don't watch football they follow basketball ... they don't like to have to stand out in the cold ... It will look at the significance of the qualification of the jamaican national team for the world cup and the experience of jamaican fans - many of whom were born in britain - and the inclusion and identification embodied around the jamaican team.
Soundings Issue 11, Spring 1999

Playing With Real Feeling: Making Sense Of Jazz In Britain

The negro players may be born with swing in their hearts, and such musical souls have outnumbered the white jazz players, but it took the scholarly, trained musicians like 'ragtime frank' guarente, to first analyze the swing motif, and to add this faculty of improvisation to the rudiments of american jazz music as it was first written and then recorded on the phonograph disc by white musicians.25 these arguments were formalized in the first american jazz book, henry osgood's 1926 so this is jazz, and had a particular resonance for white british performers, struggling to assert their own creative authority. For the problem of treating jazz as an art music see mary herron dupree, ' "jazz", the critics and american art music in the 1920s', american music, 4, 3 (1986), for jazz and the fine arts see simon frith and howard home, art into pop (london: methuen, 1987), ch. 3.
New Formations Number 4 Spring 1988