A live concert featuring music from “Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin,” and other songs; includes commentary by Rustin.
A compilation CD featuring Rustin singing Elizabethan songs, Negro spirituals, and 12 songs on the life of Christ.
This acclaimed anthology showcases Rustin’s extraordinary career. The book includes many of Rustin’s most important works, ranging from Gandhi’s impact on African Americans to white supremacy, including the anti-war movement, and the assassination of Malcolm X, with never-before published selections on the movement for LGBT equality.
A captivating picture book for children eight and older that introduces Rustin and his contributions to the Civil Rights Movement. By Larry Dane Brimner.
48 pages, ISBN 978-1-59078-498-3
In this definitive biography, acclaimed gay historian John D’Emilio traces Rustin’s origins in Pennsylvania, his rise to prominence in the peace and civil rights movements, and shows why his brilliant strategies were not always followed.
592 pages, ISBN 978-0-226-14269-2