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Angela Davis: An Autobiography

Author: Angela Davis
Pub Date: 01/01/2018
The political activist reflects upon the people and incidents that have influenced her life and commitment to global liberation of the oppressed.
ISBN: 9780717806676
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£13.99



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From a childhood on Dynamite Hill in Birmingham, Alabama, to one of the most significant political trials of the 20th century, Angela Davis describes in full the story of her life: from elementary school to the U.S. Communist Party; from her political activity in a New York high school to the Soledad Brothers; from the faculty of the Philosophy Department at UCLA to the FBI's list of the ten most wanted fugitives. A powerful and commanding story told with warmth, brilliance, humour and conviction. Of the turbulent sixties, Angela Davis is the last and, perhaps, the only triumphant figure.
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