Liberator was a monthly magazine published from 1961 to 1971. The masthead declared it to be “The voice of the Afro-American protest movement in the United States and the liberation movement of Africa”. From March 1961 to October 1965 Lowell P. Beveridge, Jr. was editor of Liberator. Those issues are available for viewing here. They can also be freely downloaded in one single Zip file by following this link. A complete file of all issues is available at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, a branch of the New York City Public Library.
Each of the following thumbnails is a picture of a Liberator cover. Pass the curser over a thumbnail to show the year and month of the issue. Click on any thumbnail to open up a .pdf file of that issue. From within Adobe Reader you can save the file to your computer and/or print it. Note you will need the Adobe Reader for the PDF files, click here for help.