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Description is exactly "The second volume of Afro-American Society (AAS) student magazine Blackout, published in Spring 1968. The cover of this volume of Blackout depicts a protester poised to throw a Molotov cocktail, a nod to the revolutionary praxis of the Black Power Movement and Civil Rights leaders Dr. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X (their images are depicted in the protester’s silhouette). In ”Harambee,” the editors inform readers that this volume seeks to discuss the divergent sentiments underlying “newly developing black consciousness” (p. 49)."