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Urchin Society
     

Urchin Society

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by Alprentice David Emory Davis
 

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URCHIN SOCIETY: The Memoirs of a Black Panther Cub is a coming of age autobiography about the son of two former Black Panther Party members. After the indictment of the BPP 21 and the New York leadership, Alprentice David Emory Davis' father was sent to NY to represent the Party's leadership, making him responsible for BPP affiliates on the entire eastern seaboard

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URCHIN SOCIETY: The Memoirs of a Black Panther Cub is a coming of age autobiography about the son of two former Black Panther Party members. After the indictment of the BPP 21 and the New York leadership, Alprentice David Emory Davis' father was sent to NY to represent the Party's leadership, making him responsible for BPP affiliates on the entire eastern seaboard. After the FBI successfully launched the "COINTELPRO" to eliminate Black Panther leadership, an entire nation of children became collateral damage. With a legacy including a Father who served as a point person for the Black Panther Party, and a mother that navigated her way through the unforgiving post "COINTELPRO" era, Mr. Davis takes you through his life's journey from childhood to a man.

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ISBN-13:
9781441593290
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
04/30/2010
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

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Urchin Society 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Arlenecrawford More than 1 year ago
I was not prepared for the journey that this author took me on. An enlightening read that touched on many events that took place in New York, in the eighties and nineties, from a young man's perspective. I read this book in two days and I was not disappointed. I now understand that I have so much to learn about my past that the education system in the United States could never teach me in 17 years of school. A fascinating read and I would recommend this book to everyone. Well done Mr. Davis.