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A vivid and compelling picture of the Black Panther Party. By focusing on the men and women who were the Party, as much as on the leadership, Mumia Abu-Jamal combines his memories of day-to-day life as a panther with analysis of the history of Black liberation struggles to help us to understand freedom.…mehr

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A vivid and compelling picture of the Black Panther Party. By focusing on the men and women who were the Party, as much as on the leadership, Mumia Abu-Jamal combines his memories of day-to-day life as a panther with analysis of the history of Black liberation struggles to help us to understand freedom.
Autorenporträt
Mumia Abu-Jamal is an award-winning journalist and former Black Panther Party member, whose previous books include Live From Death Row, Death Blossoms, All Things Censored, Faith of our Fathers, Jailhouse Lawyers, and Writing on the Wall. He has been living in Pennsylvania prisons since 1982, the majority of those years spent on death row. Kathleen Cleaver, an activist scholar, has taught at Emory University School of Law and Yale University's African American Studies Department. She quit college in 1966 to join the Civil Rights movement, then served as the Black Panther Party's Communications Secretary from 1967-1971. Cleaver coedited the essay collection Liberation, Imagination and the Black Panther Party, and is author of the forthcoming Memories of Love and War.