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The Cotton Chronicles: American Apartheid, Prisons and 21st Century Cotton Gin
     

The Cotton Chronicles: American Apartheid, Prisons and 21st Century Cotton Gin

by Leo Barron Hicks
 
America has reach a milestone. One in every 100 adults is in jail or prison: firmly establishing America as the world's premier jailer. America has converted poor and minority communities into neo colonies. Using hooks baited with $200 tennis shoes, cellphones, and "crack cocaine" economic interest fish for new slaves in the dark waters of America's inner cities.

Overview

America has reach a milestone. One in every 100 adults is in jail or prison: firmly establishing America as the world's premier jailer. America has converted poor and minority communities into neo colonies. Using hooks baited with $200 tennis shoes, cellphones, and "crack cocaine" economic interest fish for new slaves in the dark waters of America's inner cities. Diaspora and shattered lives created by this induced chaos, produces an inmate market that saturates our prisons. "The Cotton Chronicles, American Apartheid, Prisons and the 21st Century Cotton Gin" analyzes the Criminal Justice System, Prisons and Prison Assaults, American Apartheid and Jim Crowe, "Lynch Law", White Race Riots, Gentrification, Imperialism, The War on Drugs and other institutional tools of race and class suppression. Finally, the book offers a detailed plan for the New Emanicapation of African Americans and the oppressed.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781257213726
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
06/02/2011
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
362 KB

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