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Policing the Black Man: Arrest, Prosecution, and Imprisonment by editor Angela J. Davis and author of two of its essays is filled with staggering statistics about black men in America's criminal justice system. It is a historical overview of African Americans from their arrival in the American colonies as indentured servants in 1619 up through their brutal journey from slavery to freedom in it various forms of oppression; on to the current systemic treatment of black men, boys, women and girls in America's criminal justice system.
This must read book makes strategic recommendations to start implementing new actions now, to prevent the next occurrence that enrages us to the streets before your son, brother, father, husband, uncle and friends are policed to death. JOIN US IN BEGINNING THIS CHANGE ON FEBRUARY 11, 2018 for a panel discussion.
Contributing to this book are:1. A Presumption of Guilt: The Legacy of America's History of Racial Injustice Pg 3, Bryan Stevenson