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The Public Intellectual: Angela Davis

By Angela Y. Davis, Truthout | Public Intellectual
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Angela Davis

Black Liberation: The Ghosts of the Past, the Potential of the Future
Thursday, 24 March 2016
By Angela Davis, Haymarket Books | Book Excerpt

Recognizing Racism in the Era of Neoliberalism
By Angela Davis, City Lights Books | Book Excerpt
Monday, 06 May 2013

Angela Y. Davis

Angela Y. Davis is the author of eight books and has lectured throughout the United States as well as in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and South America. In recent years a persistent theme of her work has been the range of social problems associated with incarceration and the generalized criminalization of those communities that are most affected by poverty and racial discrimination. She draws upon her own experiences in the early '70s as a person who spent 18 months in jail and on trial, after being placed on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted List." She has also conducted extensive research on numerous issues related to race, gender and imprisonment.


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The Public Intellectual: Angela Davis

By Angela Y. Davis, Truthout | Public Intellectual
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Angela Davis

Black Liberation: The Ghosts of the Past, the Potential of the Future
Thursday, 24 March 2016
By Angela Davis, Haymarket Books | Book Excerpt

Recognizing Racism in the Era of Neoliberalism
By Angela Davis, City Lights Books | Book Excerpt
Monday, 06 May 2013

Angela Y. Davis

Angela Y. Davis is the author of eight books and has lectured throughout the United States as well as in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and South America. In recent years a persistent theme of her work has been the range of social problems associated with incarceration and the generalized criminalization of those communities that are most affected by poverty and racial discrimination. She draws upon her own experiences in the early '70s as a person who spent 18 months in jail and on trial, after being placed on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted List." She has also conducted extensive research on numerous issues related to race, gender and imprisonment.


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