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Ballots and bullets : Black Power politics and urban guerrilla warfare in 1968 Cleveland
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Éditeur Lawrence Hill Books
Année copyright 2018
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Ballots and bullets : Black Power politics and urban guerrilla warfare in 1968 Cleveland
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Description
1 volume (376 pages) : illustrations ; 24 cm
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305.8009771/32
Contenu
"Watch yourself, Willie" ; "We will meet violence with violence and lynching with lynching" ; "We will meet physical force with soul force" ; "The hate that hate produced" ; "You nigger pickaninnies, stay out of our schools, this is our neighborhood!" ; "The ballot or the bullet" ; "There's no room for a rifle club named after Medgar Evers" ; "I am on the outside" ; "The Black Stalin" ; "Whatever you fear is what you worship" ; "Their fight is for dignity and work" ; "A daily battle against depression and hopelessness" ; "Hough" ; "Reliability and discretion assured" ; "Blood will flow in the streets" ; "Life for me ain't been no crystal stair" ; "He speaks my views" ; "He desperately needed a victory" ; "As lambs for the slaughter" ; "You should establish their unsavory backgrounds" ; "The voice of madness" ; "Cleveland: NOW!" ; "The good news in American cities is coming out of Cleveland" ; "Having a gun is no crime" ; "Tow truck in trouble" ; "This is only the beginning" ; "A lot of people are going to get killed" ; "The case against Fred Ahmed Evans is weak" ; "To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield
Résumé
Presents a look back at the roots of the violence between Cleveland police and black nationalists in 1968, a key moment in the civil rights movement, and shows how the specter of race, violence, and police brutality still haunts the United States today
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978-0-89733-703-8
0-89733-703-4
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