RACE TRAITOR - treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity

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Contents of back issues include:


Race Traitor #1 [ SOLD OUT ]
Editorial: Abolish the White Race; Two Who Said "No" to Whiteness: Boston Public Schools, 1962-1975; Lydia Maria Child and the Example of John Brown; The American Intifada; Bridges and Boundaries: Black-Jewish Relations; Reading, 'Riting, and Race; Civil War Reenactments and Other Myths; The White Question; Malcolm X Beyond Labels; Letter from Europe.


Race Traitor #2
The L.A. Rebellion of 1992; My Problem with Multicultural Education; Running the Ball in Crown Point; Gangsta' Rap: Live on the Stage of History; The Huck Finn Symposium; Immigrants and Whites; Crossover Dreams: The "exceptional white" in popular culture; Letters; Editors' Report


Race Traitor #3
Who Lost an American?; Back From Hell: Black Power and Treason to Whiteness Inside Prison Walls; Letters from Lucasville; Free to Be Me; Richmond Journal: Thirty Years of Black & White; Panic, Rage and Reason on the Long Island Railroad; Out of Whiteness; Interview with Student Activists; Can I Get a Witness?; Comparative History and Sociology of Racism; The White Worker and the Labor Movement; Reviews; Editorials; When Does the Unreasonable Act Make Sense?; AntiFascism, "Anti-racism," and Abolition


Race Traitor #4
Manifesto of a Dead Daughter; Police-Assisted Homicide; White Silence, White Solidarity; Family Matters; Abolish the Jewish Caste; Lucasville Update; White Blues; Fiction; Poetry; Exchange with a Socialist; Reviews.


Race Traitor #5
Aux Armes! Formez Vos Bataillons!; Until It Hurts; Beyond History; Exchange with a National Socialist; Black Siouxie Tells of Daily Life; Running in Vicious Circles: Racism and the African Drum; Headgear; Black-Jewish Conflict in the Labor Context: Race, Jobs and Insititutional Power; Reviews.


Race Traitor #6
White History Month, by Patricia Eakins; Copwatch, by Selena and Katrina; Memories of the Children's Crusade, by Beth Henson; Other Races, Exchange; Latinos: The Indian Escape Hatch, by William Javier Nelson; Illegal Alien: A Homecoming Address, and Telling Times (poem), by Lilian Friedberg; Ray Sprigle, Pioneer, by Richard Rees; The First Woman in the Republic, Sacred Hunger, Books Briefly Noted; Letters


Race Traitor #7
Abolitionism on the Campus; Whiteness in Early Virginia; Autonomous Zone Statement to Anti-Racist Network; American Dreaming; Race and Enlightment:From Anti-Semitism to White Supremacy; Blackface, Jackstraws, & Tin Paneling; Changing Race; Poetry; Reviews; Letters.


Race Traitor #8
Black and White and Dead All Over: The Lucasville Insurrection; Privilege on Holiday; Team Players; Chiapas & Montana: Tierra Y Libertad; Repackaging Segregation? A History of the Magnet School System in Montclair, New Jersey; Constructively Demoted; Review: The Redneck Manifesto; Letters.


Race Traitor #9
Special Issue: Surrealism - Revolution Against Whiteness, edited by Franklin Rosemont. The Chicago Surrealist Group: Introduction; Surrealists on Whiteness, from 1925 to the Present; Franklin Rosemont: Surrealism - Revolution Against Whiteness; J. Allen Fees: Burning the Days; Dave Roediger: Plotting Against Eurocentrism; Pierre Mabille: The Marvelous Basis of a Free Society; Philip Lamantia: The Days Fall Asleep with Riddles; The Surrealist Group of Madrid: Beyond Anti-Racism; Penelope Rosemont: Nancy Cunard - "Thinking Sympathetically Black"; Nancy Cunard: "Does Anyone Know Any Negroes?" (1931); Myrna Bell Rochester: René Crevel: Critic of White Patriarchy; René Crevel: The Black Woman in the Brothel (1931); Surrealist Group of France: Murderous Humanitarianism (1932); Ronnie Burk: Racist Clichés in the U.S.A.; Irene Plazewska: Dream Constellations; Paul Garon: Psychiatry's White Problem - Racism as Therapy; Eric Bragg: Miserabilism and the New Eugenics; Larry Romano: Oh Sisters of Haiti; Artur do Cruzeiro Seixas: My Escape to Africa; Franklin Rosemont: Jacques Vaché, One-Man War Against Whiteness; Joseph Jablonski: Lord Buckley; Ron Sakolsky: Harry Smith's American Dreamscape; Charles Radcliffe: Whitewashing the Blues; Daniel C. Boyer: Are You Crazy? Mental Illness & Whiteness; The Surrealist Movement in the U.S.: For Tyree Guyton; Hilary Booth: We're Sorry He's Not Sorry. REVIEWS: Ronnie Burk: The Forecast Is Hot! Tracts of the Surrealist Movement in the U.S., 1966-1976, by Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Rosemont and Paul Garon. . .126 /// Dennis Brutus: Black on White: Black Writers on What it Means to Be White, edited by Dave Roediger. . .128 /// Tom Moon: Blues and the Poetic Spirit by Paul Garon. . .129 /// F. R.: Somewhere in Advance of Nowhere by Jayne Cortez. . .131 /// Dave Roediger: Yo' Mama's Disfunktional by Robin D. G. Kelley. . .132 /// Rachel Blackwell: The Story of Mary MacLane & Other Writings, edited by Penelope Rosemont. . .134 /// Warren Leming: From Bughouse Square to the Beat Generation: Selected Ravings of Slim Brundage, edited/introduced by Franklin Rosemont. . . 135 /// Peter Lamborn Wilson: Paschal Beverly Randolph: A 19th-Century Black American Spiritualist, Rosicrucian and Sex Magician by John P. Deveney. . .137 /// F. R.: Bed of Sphinxes by Philip Lamantia. . .138. ILLUSTRATIONS: Victor Brauner, Ronnie Burk, Laura Corsigilia, Artur do Cruzeiro Seixas, Robert Green, Ted Joans, Ribitch, Marko Ristic, Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Rosemont, Joel Williams, Haifa Zangana.


Race Traitor #10
Renew the Legacy of John Brown; Noel Ignatiev: Abolitionism and the White Studies Racket; Ann Filemyr: Resisting Arrest; Rebecca Clark: Hunting Whiteness; Martin Espada: Postcard from the Empire of Queen Ixolib; Loren Goldner: Race and Enlightenment (Part II); James Tracy: Jaime the Chameleon Brown Family Letters; Beth Henson: Plowshares into Swords: John Brown and the Poet of Rage; Lauren Onkey: Constructing Whiteness at the Gates of Hell: Black 47's "Five Points"; Poems: Victoria Marinelli, Michael Gregory; Reviews; Letters.


Race Traitor #11
Robert Lowe: Teachers as Saviors, Teachers Who Care; David Roediger: John Brown and Black Revolt; Edgar Rivera Colon: Mejorando La Raza; Ron Sakolsky: Vachel Lindsay; James Murray: White Trash Identity and the Loss of Slack; Lilian Friedberg: An American Nightmare; David Hill: The Wiggers You Love to Hate; Antonio Lopez: Slot Right 24 Take; Stephen Mantin: Social Climbing; Jay Caspian Kang: History 014; Poetry; Ronnie Burk: Letter to Myself; K.A. Eaton: High Voltage; Reviews; Letters.


Race Traitor #12
Editorial: Abolitionism and the Free Society; Reality and the Future; David Barber: "A Fucking White Revolutionary Mass Movement" and Other Fables of Whiteness; Editors: Afterward; Poetry; Sara Littlecrow-Russell: I Become a Political Traitor.


Race Traitor #13/14
SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE: Surrealism in the USA: The Complete Contents of the Suppressed Surrealist Issue of "Socialist Review" - Guest Editor Ron Sakolsky. Editorial: A Note to the Readers of RACE TRAITOR; Ron Sakolsky: Return of the Suppressed, Introduction - Surrealist Subversion in Chicago; Franklin Rosemont: Surrealism, Poetry, & Politics; Danny Postel: An Interview With Penelope Rosemont; David Roediger: Radical HIstory Without Surrealism; Anne Olson: The marvelous Against the Sacred; Paul Garon: Houston Baker's Blues Position; Joseph Jablonski: Their Millenium and Ours; Mari Jo Marchnight: Surrealism and Women's Liberation; Penelope Rosemont: Ody Saban - Surrealist and Outsider; Don LaCoss: Conflicting Views of Surrealism - Vaneigem vs. Kelley; Robin D.G. Kelley: A New Look at the Communist Manifesto; FROM THE SIXTIES TO THE NEW MILLENIUM: Nancy Joyce Peters: Long Live the Living! Les Blank's Always for Pleasure; Paul Buhle: Herbert Marcuse, Surrealism, & Us; Herert Marcuse: Interview With the Surrealist Journal L'Archibras; Joseph jablonski: Surrealist Implications of Chance; Philip Lamantia & Nancy Joyce Peters: Surrealism Today & Tomorrow; Robert Green: Against the Art Racket; The Chicago Surrealist Group: Maxwell Street Forevr! The Surrealist MOvement in the United States: Who Needs the WTO? Franklin Rosemont: The Only Game in Town: Surrealism and Play; SURREALIST GAMES: If He/She Were a Flower; Latent News; The Exquisite Corpse; Time-Travelers' Potlatch; INQUIRY: SURREALIST SUBVERSION IN EVERYDAY LIFE: Franklin Rosemont & Paul Garon: The Role of Inquiriy in Surrealist Research; The Questions; Responses by Gale Ahrens, Diana Almario-Kopp, Jennifer Bean, Dan Boyer, Marilyn Buck, Paul Buhle, Ronnie BUrk, Jayne Cortez, Rikki Ducornet, J. Alen Fees, Bradon J. Freels, Paul & Elizabeth Garon, Jan Hathaway, Bertha Husband & Mari Jo Marchnight, Joseph Jablonski, Robin D.G. Kelley, Don LaCoss, Casandra Stark Mee, Frank Morales, Anne Olson, Myrna Bell Rochester, David Roediger, Larry Romano, Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Rosemont, Michael Stone-Richards & Julien Lenoir, Darryl Lorenzo Wellington; POETRY & STORIES: Penelope Rosemont, Mary Low, Jayne Cortez, Casandra Stark Mee, Franklin Rosemont, Ted Joans, Darryl Lorenzo Wellington, Ronnie Burk; Further Reading on Surrealism; "Socialist Review" Editors Afterword; The Surrealists' Response to the "Socialist Review" Afterword; REPRODUCTIONS: Works by Diana Almario-Kopp, Eric Bragg, Laura Corsiglia, Carlos Cortez, Jayne Cortez, Guy Ducornet, Rikki Ducornet, Schlechter Duval, Eugenio F. Granell, Robert Green, Diedra Harris-Keley, Jan Hathaway, Bertha Husband, Cynthia Jablonski, Mary Low, Casandra Stark Mele, Jacinto Minot, Anne Olson, Nancy J. Peters, Irene Plazewska, Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Rosemont, Ody Saban, Debra Taub, Joel Williams


Race Traitor #15
John Garvey: The Life and Death of Timothy McVeigh; James Murray: April 19 (fiction); Lara Braveheart: Tim McVeigh and Me; John Brown and the Militia; Staughton Lynd: Race Behind Bars; Rich Gibson: Lonely Privilege; Amiri K. Barksdale: Fight Club; Timothy Messer-Kruse: Crusdaers and Bystanders; Loren Goldner: Dreamer of the Day: Francis Parker Yockey and the Postwar Fascist International (review); Adam Sabra: Beyond Eurocentrism: A New View of World History


Race Traitor #16
Noel Ignatiev, Introduction; Ronit Lentin, Guest Introduction; Omar Barghouti, Relative Humanity: The Fundamental Obstacle to a Secular Democratic State Solution; Ilan Pappe: The One-State Solution in Historical Perspective; Naseer H. Aruri, US Policy and the Single State in Palestine/Israel; Eli Aminov, Why Secular Democracy? As'ad Ghanem, The Binational Solution for the Israeli Palestinian Crisis: A Realistic Solution; Adam Sabra, Binationalism or a National State? A Response to As'ad Ghanem; Ghada Karmi, The Right of Return and the Unitary State in Israel/Palestine; Israel Shamir, Russians in the Holy Land