The Drs. Nathan and Julia Hare archives are available for acquisition. The archive is appraised at $300,000. If you or your institution is interested and would like to arrange a viewing, please call Marvin X at 510-200-4164. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February, 1969, SF State President S.I. Hayakawa dismissed Dr. Hare as chairman of the newly formed Black Studies department, the first in the United States,“to become effective June 1, 1969.” Hare stayed on until June at the request of the Black Student Union and remained for many more months in an unofficial capacity of “Chairman in Exile.”
- The Endangered Black Family, San Francisco: The Black Think Tank, 1984,
- Bringing the Black Boy to Manhood: the Passage, San Francisco: The Black Think Tank, 1985,
- Crisis in Black Sexual Politics, San Francisco: The Black Think Tank, 1989,
- Fire on Mount Zion: An Autobiography of the Tulsa Race Riot, as told by Mabel B. Little. Langston: The Melvin B. Tolson Black Heritage Center, Langston University, 1990,
- The Miseducation of the Black Child: The Hare Plan to Educate Every Black Man, Woman and Child, San Francisco: The Black Think Tank, 1998 and
- The Black Agenda, San Francisco: The Black Think Tank, 2002.
- Contemporary Black Thought, Indianapolis: Bobs-Merrill, 1973, and
- Pan-Africanism, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1974.
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