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Product Description: Between 1500 and 1870, millions of Africans were transported across the Atlantic by European traders to work as slaves in the Americas. They were shipped in conditions of great cruelty to lead lives of hard, unremitting labour, subject to degradation and violence...read more
By Jesse Jackson (foreword by) and Liverpool University Press (corporate author)

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9781846316395 | Liverpool Univ Pr, February 15, 2011, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Between 1500 and 1870, millions of Africans were transported across the Atlantic by European traders to work as slaves in the Americas.

An anthology of prose and poetry by current and former gang members offers insight into the emotional, political, and socioeconomic qualities of gang culture behind the stereotypes, in a volume that includes contributions by members of such contemporary gangs as Crips, Bloods, and Hells Angels. Original.
By Jim Brown (introduced by), Bruce George (editor), Jesse Jackson (foreword by) and Louis Reyes Rivera (editor)

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9781933368276 | Soft Skull Pr, March 16, 2007, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: An anthology of prose and poetry by current and former gang members offers insight into the emotional, political, and socioeconomic qualities of gang culture behind the stereotypes, in a volume that includes contributions by members of such contemporary gangs as Crips, Bloods, and Hells Angels.

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Product Description: A startling account of the arguments, the relationships and the strategies that played out over the summer of 2000. Based upon personal correspondence and position papers with all three leaders, this book offers a unique account of the real reasons behind the failure of Camp David...read more
By Raymond G. Helmick and Jesse Jackson (foreword by)

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9780745322193 | Pluto Pr, September 28, 2004, cover price $33.00 | About this edition: A startling account of the arguments, the relationships and the strategies that played out over the summer of 2000.

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A passionate argument against capital punishment argues that the death penalty is morally wrong, an ineffective deterrent, and an instrument of a justice system exemplified by systematic legal error and widespread racial bias. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.

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9781565846852 | Subsequent edition (New Pr, September 1, 2001), cover price $22.95 | About this edition: Argues that the death penalty is morally wrong, an ineffective deterrent, and an instrument of a justice system exemplified by systematic legal error and widespread racial bias.

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9780385722117 | Reprint edition (Anchor Books, January 1, 2003), cover price $12.00 | About this edition: A passionate argument against capital punishment argues that the death penalty is morally wrong, an ineffective deterrent, and an instrument of a justice system exemplified by systematic legal error and widespread racial bias.

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Provides evidence of discrimination in the administration of capital punishment

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9781569247617 | 1 edition (Marlowe & Co, August 1, 1996), cover price $22.95 | About this edition: Provides evidence of discrimination in the administration of capital punishment
9781882605248 | Natl Pr Books, February 1, 1996, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Argues that the death penalty is morally wrong, an ineffective deterrent, and an instrument of a justice system that is fundamentally racist, and presents actual cases in which innocent defendants were sentenced to death

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9781569247068 | Marlowe & Co, February 1, 1998, cover price $12.95 | About this edition: Provides evidence of discrimination in the administration of capital punishment

Discusses growing up in Greenville, South Carolina, facing racism in many forms, his involvement in the Civil Rights movement, his founding of Operation PUSH and the Rainbow Coalition, and his vision for America's future

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9780671622992 | Simon & Schuster, September 1, 1989, cover price $17.95 | About this edition: Discusses growing up in Greenville, South Carolina, facing racism in many forms, his involvement in the Civil Rights movement, his founding of Operation PUSH and the Rainbow Coalition, and his vision for America's future

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Reenacts the birth of the Civil Rights movement, documenting the sit-ins, freedom rides, and marches, as well as the violence with which its participants were often met
By Jesse Jackson (foreword by), Bob Reiser and Pete Seeger

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9780393306040 | W W Norton & Co Inc, February 1, 1989, cover price $21.95 | About this edition: Reenacts the birth of the Civil Rights movement, documenting the sit-ins, freedom rides, and marches, as well as the violence with which its participants were often met

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9780670666904 | Viking Pr, December 1, 1979, cover price $8.95

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A biography of the famous black gospel singer who hoped, through her art, to break down some of the barriers between black and white people.

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9780816162543 | Large print edition (G K Hall & Co, June 1, 1974), cover price $8.95 | About this edition: A biography of the famous black gospel singer who hoped, through her art, to break down some of the barriers between black and white people.

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Recounts the gospel singer's struggles, success, and humanitarian concerns

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9780690433449 | Ty Crowell Co, May 1, 1974, cover price $12.95 | About this edition: A biography of the famous black gospel singer who hoped, through her art, to break down some of the barriers between black and white people.

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9780060228019 | Harpercollins, June 1, 1971, cover price $6.95

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9780440486244 | Yearling Books, June 1, 1969, cover price $1.50

Charley finds it very hard to be the only Negro boy in his school

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9780060227869 | Harpercollins, June 1, 1945, cover price $13.89 | About this edition: A large type edition of the story of a twelve-year-old Negro boy who moves to an all-white suburban neighborhood where his parents work for a doctor and he must prove himself before the board of education will let him stay in school.

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