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The classroom and the cell : conversations on black life in America /
Mumia Abu-Jamal & Marc Lamont Hill.
edition
1st ed.
imprint
Chicago : Third World Press, c2012.
description
xi, 177 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0883783371 (pbk.), 9780883783375 (pbk.)
format(s)
Book
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imprint
Chicago : Third World Press, c2012.
isbn
0883783371 (pbk.)
9780883783375 (pbk.)
contents note
Ch. 1 Who Am I? Whose Am I? -- ch. 2 Reimaging Race in the Era of Obama -- ch. 3 Bigger than Hip-Hop: Black Cultural Politics -- ch. 4 Black Leadership: A Continuing Crisis? -- ch. 5 Black Life in the Age of Incarceration -- ch. 6 They Schools: Education and Its Discontents -- ch. 7 Black Love -- ch. 8 Are We Not Men? Exploring Black Masculinity.
catalogue key
8451027
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This collection of conversations between celebrity intellectual Marc Lamont Hill and famed political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal is a shining example of African American men speaking for themselves about the many forces impacting their lives. Covering topics such as race, politics, hip-hop culture, education, mass incarceration, and love, their discussions shine a spotlight on some of the most pressing issues in 21st century African American life.

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