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Seize The Time

Seize The Time newspaper was published by the Seize The Time organization.

Vol. 1, No. 1, April 10, 1974

To My People by Assata Shakur; Report from the National Conference of La Raza Unida; The Native American National Liberation Struggle; Editorial: Purpuse of the Paper; The Hearst Family: Land Robbers, Slaveholders and Nazis; BLA Welcomes the SLA to the Struggle; Goals of the SLA; Message from the Weather Underground; On Self-Defense; Oil; more.

Vol. 1, No. 2, June 1974

Centerfold Section on Fascism in America; United Fronts and Party Building; Joint Declaration of Latin American Revolutionary Parties; Report from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine; To the Women from the Mexican Revolution; Break de Chains (Trial News). Also: A Message from the Weather Underground; On Organization in the Revolutionary Movement; Redevelopment: A Strategy of Control; Black Reservations; Ode to Six Slain Soldiers (SLA Ode);

Vol. 1, No. 3, August 1974

Native American International Treaty Conference; Centerfold Section on Ideological Clarity in the Black Liberation Movement; NCDPP Statement to Sixth Pan African Conference on POWs; On Self-Defense; Statement from Ruchell Magee; Chicano Activists Assassinated; Phoenix Project in the US; Why We Bombed Gulf: Statement from the Weather Underground; How Armed Struggle Started in Vietnam; On Supporting Political Prisoners; New Feature on Class Struggle; more. Also includes: Messages to the people (July 4th BLA Communique); FBI and Military Activities at Wounded Knee; Chicano Liberation Front Attacks Police Chief; On Supporting Political Prisoners; For the Symbionese Liberation Army by a Sister in the Weather Underground (poem).

Vol. 1, No. 4, October 1974

Centerfold Section on the Role of the White Revolutionary Movement; Police Murders and Community Response: Newark and New York; Mobilizations, Contramobilization and the Revolutionary Movement; C.A.S.A. and UFW- "Illegals" and Farm-workers; Messages to the People (From the Sisters, On Self Defense, Class Struggle, Cultural Revolution); Ford and Rockerfeller: The New Fascist Arrangement; World Revolution (Special from the Katipunan Ng Mga Democratikong Pilipino (KDP) on People's War in the Philippines. Also: Against White Chauvinism: Toward Proletarian Internationalism; Third World Statement on White Movement; Prairie Fire; Puerto Rican Solidarity Day; Inez Garcia.

Vol. 1, No. 5, February 1975

Centerfold Section on Internationalism and Organization; Unity and Uniformity; Struggle Within the VVAW/WSO; Cultural Revolution (Principles of Unity from the Cultural Front); Boston Blacks Organize Self-Defense; On Self-Defense; Break de Chains; World Revolution; Messages to the People; Class Struggle (Labor History and Law). Saxbe Accusations Denounced by C.A.S.A.; Gary Lawton; Joanne Little; Bob Hood; Organization: A Prison Perspective; Geronimo Pratt; From the Sisters.

Vol. 2, No. 1, May 1975

A Year of Practice; Centerfold Section on Propaganda, Imperialism & National Liberation; Workers in the Black Nation; CASA * Campana; ROAR (Boston Busing); Break de Chains; Cultural Revolution; World Revolution; From the Sisters; Self-Defense; Class Struggle. Imperialism and Black Media; Propaganda and People's War (IRA); Indochina; Report from OAU Conference in Tanzania; Forced Sterilization; The Role of Black Women

Vol. 2, No. 2, July 1975

Collectives and Mass Organizations; From Vietnam, Problems of Cadres and Organization; Mass Line and Scientific Socialism; What is a Collective?; Black Workers and National Liberation Part II; Class Struggle, Organizing in the Military. Also contains articles on Wounded Knee (1975), Grand Juries.

Vol. 2, No. 3, October 1975

The Black Colony (A Program for Liberation Part I); National Liberation Within the US; The Economics of Imperialism Within the US; Native American Sovereignty; Class Struggle: Workplace Organizing; From the Sisters: A Critique of the White Women's Movement; World Revolution: Portugal- An Analysis; Cultural Revolution-Diego Rivera. Also, Politics in Command by the Weather Underground Organization.

Vol. 2, No. 4, April 1976

Historical and Economic Basis of Women's Oppression; Third World Women; Part Building: Our Primary Task; History of the Early Women's Movement; The Women's Movement Today; A Self-Criticism of the Juche Conference; Labor Organizing and Affirmative Action; The Black Colony: A Program for Liberation part 2.

Vol. 2, No. 5, November 1976

STT Self-Criticism of the Black Liberation Article; Palestinian & Native People Are Brothers; East Wind May Day Speech; Weather Underground Self-Criticism; STT Self-Criticism of the Women's Issue; Imperialism and White Women's Oppression; The Political Line of Seize the Time (Dialectics between Mass & Revolutionary Movement & Party Building; Summation of Practice); National Chicano Forum; Second International Treaty Council; Sundance Poem.