Liberator (1961-71)  

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Liberator was a monthly magazine published from 1961 to 1971. The masthead declared it to be “The voice of the Afro-American protest movement in the United States and the liberation movement of Africa”. From March 1961 to October 1965 Lowell P. Beveridge, Jr. was editor of Liberator.[1]

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