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“John Henrik Clarke: Autobiographical Data.” In Negro History Bulletin (January 20, 1960), pp. 91-92

“Writer And Lecturer: Biography.” In Negro History Bulletin (January, 1960).

“John Henrik Clarke Weds Eugenia A. Evans In Miami.” In New York Amsterdam News (January 20, 1962), p. 13.

“Honors Writer On New Book – Harlem: A Community On Transition.” In New York Amsterdam News (April 3, 1956), p. 8.

“Mightier Than The Sword: 3 New Anthologies Of /Negro Writing.” Hoyt W. Fuller. In Negro Digest (October, 1966), pp. 43-47.

“Arna Wendell Bontemps Papers, 1927-1968.” George Arents Library For Special Collections at Syracuse University. Syracuse, New York, 1969.

“Liz Gant Reviews, Harlem, Voices From The Soul Of Black America.” In Black World (February 1971), pp. 60-62.

“Interview By Helen Mendes.” In Black Caucus (Spring 1972), pp. 12-14.

“African Studies Group Vows To Change Opinions Based On Deep Racism.” In Jet, Vol. 41 (May 25, 1972), pp. 23-29.

“Honored By New York Support Committee Of African Heritage Studies Association.” In New York Amsterdam News (October 19, 1974), pp. 29-30.

“Chicago’s Kuumba Workshop’s 3rd Annual Awards.” In Black World (April, 1975), pp. 29-30.

“Biographical Note.” In National Scene (August 9, 1975), p. 10.

“We Need To Celebrate Our Survival. Interview With John Henrik Clarke.” CORE Publications: Bicentennial Issue (1976), 99.12-15.

“Biography.” In New Amsterdam News Bicentennial Issue (Summer, 1976), p. 9.

“Biographical Sketch.” In African American Scholar, Vol. 1, No. 1 (January, 1977), p. 3.

“Scholar And Humanitarian: 62 Years Old.” In Bilalian News (April 8, 1977), p. 7.

“John Henrik Clarke Column In New York Challenge Starts Monday, May 23, 1977.” In New York Daily Challenge (May 23, 1977), p. 1.

“John Henrik Clarke Receives Marcus Garvey Annual Lectureship Award.” In Black Scholar (March, 1978), pp. 35-38.

“John Henrik Clarke Calls For New Look At Black History.” In New York Amsterdam News (April 22, 1978), p. 1.

“King Tut: Teen Ruler of Egypt Was Black, Exhibit Viewed.” In New York Amsterdam News (December 16, 1978), p. 1.

“John Henrik Clarke, Black Historian Featured.” In New York Amsterdam News(March 3, 1979), p. 37.

“John Henrik Clarke: Detective Of History.” In New York Amsterdam News (March 3, 1979), p. 37.

“Early Egypt: A Different Perspective.” From WABC-TV Documentary, “Tutankhamun: A Different Perspective.” In Journal Of African Civilizations, Vol. 1, No. 1 (April, 1979), pp. 6-13.

“Black American Delegation Visits Libya.” In The Pittsburgh Courier (October 6, 1979), p. 1.

“John Henrik Clarke Speaks On African American History.” In Michigan Chronicle(February 21, 1981), p. 7.

“Historian Seeks Unity For All African People.” In The Pittsburgh Courier (March 7, 1981), p. 2.

“Professor John Henrik Clarke Criticizes Schomburg Appointment.” In New York Amsterdam News (April 17, 1982), p. 23.

“Dr. John Henrik Clarke Interviewed.” In Harlem Weekly (November 3-11, 1982), pp. 6-7.

“Advises CIA and Joins ‘Beat The Russians’ Band – Speech On October 12, 1982 At The Harlem YMCA To A Group Of War College Graduates, (CIA) Counter Intelligence Agency Staff Member; Officers From Japan, Venezuela and Australia.” In Daily World (November 12, 1982), p. 9.

Robert W. Woodruff Library, Archives and Special Collections, Atlanta University Center, 1982-1983. In Hoyt Fuller Papers, 1940-1981.

“Hunter College Group Sponsors Tribute To Historian, John Henrik Clarke.” In New York Amsterdam News (October 1, 1983), p. 36.

“Black Historian, Chief Historical Advisor On The Anheuser Busch Great Kings of Africa Series.” In Class (February, 1984), p. 9.

“Parents And Activists Criticize New York City School Board.” In New York Amsterdam News (July 28, 1984), p. 9.

“M. Gumps Says Aide To His Campaign Opponent Wrote 7/28/84 Story.” In New York Amsterdam News (August 4, 1984), p. 9.

“Black History Month,” by Elizabeth Hood. In Michigan Chronicle (February 23, 1985), p. 6.

“No More Ham,“ by John Ragland. In American Atheist, Vol. 29, No. 2 (February, 1987), pp. 30-31.

“Tabernacle Christian Academy And Institute For Independent Education Sponsors Conference.” In Chicago Defender (April 11, 1987).

“John Henrik Clarke Speaks At Schomburg Center In New York About Marcus Garvey’s Life.” In New York Amsterdam News (August 22, 1987), p. 15.

“A New Definition Of The Gospel Truth,” by Courtland Millory. In The Washington Post (May 1, 1988), p. B-3.

“Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Historian At Hunter College Spoke In Chicago About African American History And Culture.” In Chicago Defender (April 8, 1989), p. 43.

“Editorial: Black Scholars John Henrik Clarke and Yosef ben-Jochannan.” In Michigan Chronicle (June 19, 1989), p. 6.

“Conrad Worrill Applauds The Work Of Black Historian John Henrik Clarke.” In Chicago Defender (September 13, 1989), p. 12.

“John Henrik Clarke On The Importance Of The Media In The Struggle For Black Liberation,” by Conrad Worrill. In Chicago Defender (November 8, 1989), p. 12.

“Report By Hunter College Professor John Henrik Clarke Concerning The Movement For The Empowerment Of The Black Media,” by Conrad Worrill. In Chicago Defender (August 15, 1990).

“Elder Statesmen: An Era Is Passing For Five Authors Known For Reclaiming The Role Of Blacks In History,” by Yemi Toure. In Los Angeles Times (May, 1991), pp. 1, 13-14.

“History Professors John Henrik Clarke And George Simmons Agree With Leonard Jeffries’ Controversial Speech About The Jews Having A Hand In The Enslavement Of Africans In The Western World.” In New York Amsterdam News (August 31, 1991), p. 27.

“Teachings Of John Henrik Clarke Examined, Blasts Christopher Columbus.” In New York Amsterdam News (October 26, 1991), p. 8.

“Praise For Notes For An African World Revolution: Africans At The Crossroads,“ by Conrad Worrill. In The Chicago Defender (November 27, 1991), p. 12.

“History of Dark Continent Comes To Light,” by Charles Aikens. In The California Voice, Vol. 72, No. 50 (February 7, 1992), p. 1.

“Communism Came Out Of Africa.” In Chicago Defender (February 8, 1992), p. 12.

“KKK Declares Support For Presidential Candidate Patrick Buchannan.” In New York Amsterdam News (March 7, 1992), p. 1

“John Henrik Clarke, Considered The Dean Of Black Historians, Talks With WLIB.” In New York Amsterdam News (June 13, 1992), p. 3.

“Scholars Yosef-ben-Jochannan, Leonard Jeffries And John Henrik Clarke Honored.” In New York Amsterdam News (July 11, 1992), p. 3.

“New York City Mayor David Dinkins And Professor Appear Before Sub-Committee On African American Burial Grounds.” In New York Amsterdam News (August 1, 1992), p. 3.

“His Significance To His People And His Times.” In New York Amsterdam News, Vol. 84, No. 6 (February 6, 1993), p. 3.

“Institute Celebrates 25th Year,” by Robin Washington. In Bay State Banner, Vol. 28, No. 33 (May 6, 1993), p.1.

“Historian John Henrik Clarke said he is glad remains of early Africans excavated from the African Burial Ground in New York City will be curate for four years at Howard University in Washington, DC under the care of a host of anthropologists.” In Amsterdam News (June 19, 1993), p. 36.

“John Henrik Clarke and George Edward Tait assailed the evils of white supremacy during separate speeches in New York on Nov. 20, 1993.” In Amsterdam News (November 11, 1993), p. 10.

“John Henrik Clarke: A Doyen Of African History,” by Larvester Gaither. In African World, No. 1 (November-December, 1993), pp. 33-34.

“It’s Nationhood Or Slavery! There Are No Other Options: Interview With Historian John Henrik Clarke,” by Larvester Gaither. In Gaither Reporter, Vol. 1, No. 8 (April 30, 1994), p. 1.

“Twenty Most Important Historical Works By Black Writers,” by Larvester Gaither. In Gaither Reporter, Vol. 1, No. 8 (April 30, 1994), p. 4.

“From Where I Sit: Haiti And The Untied States,” by Vincent Baker. In The New York Beacon, Vol. 2 No. 26 (August 5, 1994), p. 9.

“John Henrik Clarke And Yosef ben-Jochannan Honored At Boys And Girls High School In Brooklyn.” In New York Amsterdam News (November 19, 1994), p. 24.

“Soaring Speaker Teaches Young Chicks to Fly High,” by Dominique Apollon. In The Cavalier Daily (January 31, 1995).

“The Role 80 Year Old John Henrik Clarke Plays In Restructuring The Education Of Black Children Is Examined.” In New York Amsterdam News, Vol. 86, No. 6 (February 11, 1995), p. 10.

“John Henrik Clarke And The Reconstruction Of The African Mind: Drums In The Global Village,” by Todd Burroughs. In New York Amsterdam News, Vol. 86, No. 6 (February 11, 1995), p. 10.

“A Conversation With John Henrik Clarke,” by Herb Boyd. In Quarterly Black Review, Vol. 2, No. 3 (February 28, 1995), p. 39.

“Africans Must Reclaim Self-Confidence, Heritage,” by Todd Burroughs. In The Philadelphia Tribune, Vol. 112, No. 18 (March 3, 1995), p. 6-A.

“Black Scholars Urge Return To Elders’ Tradition,” by Phillip Wilhite. In The Philadelphia Tribune, Vol. 112, No. 28 (April 7, 1995), p. 4-D.

“One Hundred Black Men And Bill Cosby Salute Two Great Giants.” New York Voice, Inc./Harlem, USA, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 1 (April 12, 1995), p. 11.

“One Hundred Black Men And Bill Cosby Salute Two Great Giants.” The New York Beacon, Vol. 2, No. 62 (April 14, 1995), p.4.

“Thoughts On A Historic Day In Black History,” by Conrad Worrill. In The Philadelphia Tribune, Vol. 112, No. 39 (May 16, 1995), p. 7-A.

“John Henrik Clarke Speaks On The Global Black Experience At Harlem’s Apollo Theater.” In New York Amsterdam News (August 26, 1995), p. 28.

“Seventh Annual Zora Neale Hurston Festival Celebrates Writers of the Harlem Renaissance,” by Nancy Pate. In The Orlando Sentinel (January 19, 1996).

“Books Aimed At The Liberation Of Thought In Africa,” by Conrad Worrill. In The Philadelphia Tribune, Vol. 113, No. 44 (June 28, 1996), p. 6-A.

“How Harlem Became Black,” by Yusef Salaam. In New York Amsterdam News, Vol. 87, No. 34 (August 24, 1996), p. 16.

“Pan Africanism Is The Liberating Force For Africa,” by Herb Boyd. In New York Amsterdam News, Vol. 87, No. 50 (December 14, 1996), p. 2.

“John Henrik Clarke: A Great And Mighty Walk,” by Ron Daniels. In The Black World Today-Website (July 8, 1997).

“Clarke and Williams Solidify Union In Marriage,” by Herb Boyd. In The New York Amsterdam News (September 25, 1997), p. 3.

“John Henrik Clarke, Black Studies Advocate, Dies at 83.” In New York Times (July 20, 1998), p. 13.

“In Memoriam: Dr. John Henrik Clarke.” In The Black Scholar (Fall 1998), p. 50-52.

“A Remarkable Person We Have Known: John Henrik Clarke, 1915-1998.” In The New Crisis (September/October 1998), p. 40.

“Remembrance: John Henrik Clarke.” In Transition (1998), p. 4-8.

“The Power of Legacies of Two Giants: John Henrik Clarke.” by Herb Boyd. In American Visions, Vol. 13, No. 5 (October/November 1998), p. 30-32.

“Standing at the Crossroads: A Kwanzaa Message.” In Michigan Citizen (January 2, 1999), p. 8.

“The Lives They Lived: John Henrik Clarke; Self-made Angry Man.” In New York Magazine (January 3, 1999), p. 17-18.