- Fragments – An exploration of everyday Black Creativity and its relationship to political change, Lubaina Himid, FAN Magazine Vol. Two. No 8, essay and b/w image – Detail from 3 Women at the Fountain, 1985
- Short Story by Lubaina Himid, English Mystics, 23 pages, 1988, plus letter from Jen Green, The Women’s Press.
- Lubaina Himid, hand-written list of works, 1988
- Lubaina Himid, hand-written 8 page essay draft, headed ‘Claudette’
- Brave New World by Stuart Hall, Marxism Today, October, 1988
- Reel to Reel: Explorations around Black Women in Film by Ingrid Pollard, with 2 b/w photocopy images of car
- Opera in Africa is a sorrowful song – Dress and the observation of ritual by Omoyiola Oyeleye, FAN Magazine, Vol Two No.8
- Excerpt from essay ‘Freedom and change: she who writes herstory, rewrites history’,
- The Thin Black Line exhibition at the ICA, 1985, 3 photocopied pages with exhibition images, from The Other Story, Afro Asian artists in post-war Britain, p 123, Rasheed Araeen, South Bank Centre, 1989
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