People's Republic of China

W9 – Statement by Comrade Mao Zedong, Chairman of Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in Support of the Afro-American’s Struggle against Violent Repression

Since the mid-1950s, black Americans have continually launched a large-scale struggle against racial discrimination and equal rights. For example, in 1955, the city of Montgomery black boycotted the bus movement; in 1957, the Little Rock incident in Arkansas; the Free Passenger Movement in 1961; in 1963, 250,000 people participated in the “free march” to Washington. On August 8, 1963, Mao Zedong issued the first statement in support of the struggle of black people in the United States.

In the 1960s, the struggle of black Americans went further. In 1964, the anti-riot struggle of blacks in the Harlem area of New York was a prelude to the massive black struggle against violence. In 1965, the black anti-riot struggle developed into nine cities. In 1966, it was 38 cities. In 1967, it was 128 cities. In April 1968, it swept more than 160 cities in the United States in one month and became the United States for more than 100 years. The most serious domestic crisis.

On April 16, 1968, Mao Zedong issued the “Declaration on Supporting the Struggle against Black in the United States.”

Basic information

RELEASE DATEMay 31, 1968PPINTING PROCESSShadow
SIZE54mm×40mm
NUMBER OF PAGE PIECES35(5×7)
PerforationP11
SET NUMBER OF PIECES1
CURRENT PRICEAbout $300

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NUMBERFACE VALUENAMECIRCULATION
(1)¥0.08Our great leader, Chairman Mao, and the last paragraph of the statement (partial)15 million pieces

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