Haki Madhubuti contributed in almost every aspect of the political and cultural happenings of the Black Arts Movement. He has published more than 20 books of poetry, nonfiction, and critical essays, and in 1976 helped found Third World Press to serve the needs of African American writers and readers. His collections of poetry include Don’t Cry, Scream (1969) and Groundwork: Selected Poems of Haki R. Madhubuti / Don L. Lee (1996). He has also published Dynamite Voices I: Black Poets of the 1960s (1971) and Black Men: Obsolete, Single, Dangerous?(1990), and edited Million Man March/Day of Absence: A Commemorative Anthology (1996).