Soul on ice
McGraw-Hill, 1968 - 210 pages
Letters and essays from Folsom State Prison during the early 1960's lay bare Cleaver's ideas about himself as an Afro-American and the society which has nurtured him
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A convict is expected to have a high regard for anyone who comes to his aid, who
tries to help him and who expends time, energy, and money in an effort to set him
free. But can a convict really love a lawyer? It goes against the grain. Convicts ...
After the movie ended, as I filed outside in the long line of convicts and saw the
shocked, wild expression on Brother J's face, I still could not believe that Malcolm
X was dead. We mingled in the crowd of convicts milling around in the yard and ...
Malcolm X did, and black convicts know that the ascension to power of Malcolm X
or a man like him would eventually have revolutionized penology in America.
Malcolm delivered a merciless and damning indictment of prevailing penology.
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What began as a genuinely compelling look at a young man with a lot of anger and little direction, became a story of a man completely sure of himself, and almost entirely unrelatable. I definitely ... Consulter l'avis complet
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