• 1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)
  • 1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)
  • 1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)
  • 1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)
  • 1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)
  • 1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)
  • 1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)

1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)

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This print is a re-formatted version (to be as close to the original as possible) of the twenty-eight-page pamphlet (available as non-digitized scanned document available on freedomarchives.org) written by Safiya A. Bukhari published sometime after 1981, the original cover shows a collage of photos of the people in the pamphlet, including political prisoners, and those killed by the police; all members of Black liberation organizations who lost their lives in the years from 1968 to 1981.


  • 38 Pages
  • Pocket Book (4.25 x 6.875 in / 108 x 175 mm), 
  • Standard Black & White, 60# White, 
  • Perfect bound, Paperback, Matte Cover, Color

*due to printing process pocketbooks aren't compatible with free shipping at this moment*

printed on acid-free, premium matte-photo paper printed on acid-free, premium matte-photo paper

paper weight + thickness: 250/m² / 66lbs 

*frame not included*

your print (or multiple prints) shipped in a rigid mailer or tube (made from recycled cardstock) depending on order quantity

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