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Dr Muhammd Ahmad (Max Stanford) was national field chaiman of the Revolutionary Action Movement (R.A.M.) during the mid-1960s and founder of the African People's Party in the 1970's. He has worked closelywith Malcolm X, Jesse Gray, Amiri Baraka, Kwame Ture {Stokely Carmichael) James and Grace Lee Boggs, James Farmer, Robert and Mabel Willams and Queen Mother Audrey Moore among others. In founding and carrying out various Black liberation projects and organizations in 1968 he helped organize the Third National Black Power Conference, and co-chaired its political workshop. He has consistently worked to build a Black united front. He was a member of N'COBRA and taught in the department of African American Studies at Temple University in Philadelphia.

Muhammad Ahmad Black Liberation Library
We are in the process of cataloguing Dr. Ahmad's personal collection of rare books on African and African American history and culture. You can view part of this collection here. Please forward any inquiries to maxstanfordbooks@gmail.com.

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R.A.M. Revolutionary Action Movement
Thesis of Max Stanford : A case study of an urban revolutionary movement in western capitalist so..
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Selected Writings V1 Of Muhammad Ahmad (Max Stanford)
Collection of writings from the 1980's and the 1990's that attempt to translate the essence of a ..
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We will return in the WHIRLWIND: Black Radical Organizations 1960 - 1975
A unique and revealing look at the movement, often told from the inside. Ahmad tells us the forma..
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