(Original Caption) 1/30/1963-New York, NY: In a writing position that doesn't appear to be comfortable but really is, novelist James Baldwin sprawls across the bed in his New York apartment to jot some notes down. Baldwin, the author of "Another Country" and other books, warns of the dangers of the "fire" of racial conflict in his newest tome, "The Fire Next Time." The American Negro author deals with negro-white tensions in the United States and describes the anti-white Black Muslim movement and its origins in Negro bitterness and resentment over the white's treatment of them in both south and north.
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May 13th, 2020
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