The Condemnation of Little B by Elaine Brown
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Overview: Through the story of a thirteen-year-old black boy condemned to life in prison, Elaine Brown exposes the ‘New Age’ racism that effectively condemns millions of poor African-Americans to a third world life. The story of ‘Little B’ is riveting, a stunning example of the particular burden racism imposes on black youths. Most astonishing, almost all of the officials involved in bringing him to ‘justice’ are black.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs