Marshall law : the life & times of a Baltimore Black Panther /

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Author / Creator:Conway, Marshall, 1946-
Imprint:Oakland, CA : AK Press, c2011.
Description:193 p. : ill., ports. ; 20 cm.
Language:English
Subject:Conway, Marshall, -- 1946-
Conway, Marshall, -- 1946-
Black Panther Party -- Biography.
Black Panther Party.
Prisoners -- Maryland -- Biography.
African Americans -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- Biography.
African Americans.
Prisoners.
Baltimore (Md.) -- Biography.
Maryland.
Maryland -- Baltimore.
Biography.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8401381
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Other authors / contributors:Stevenson, Dominque.
ISBN:9781849350228 (pbk.) : $15.95
1849350221 (pbk.) : $15.95
Summary:In 1970 the FBI framed Marshall Conway for the murder of a Baltimore city police officer. He was 24 years old. They threw him in prison and tried to relegate him to a life marked by nothing but legal appeals, riots and lockdowns. 40 years later, still incarcerated for a crime he didn't commit, Marshall Conway continues to resist.
Table of Contents:
  • Prologue
  • Chapter 1. Childhood, A Taste of America
  • Chapter 2. Leaving Home
  • Chapter 3. Home Is Where the Hatred Is
  • Chapter 4. Work Is Struggle
  • Chapter 5. Door of No Return
  • Chapter 6. Slave Ship
  • Chapter 7. After George
  • Chapter 8. Fly on the Wall
  • Chapter 9. Of Riots and Resistance
  • Chapter 10. The Collective
  • Chapter 11. The Bowels of Hell
  • Chapter 12. Civic Awareness and Famous Amos
  • Chapter 13. The House
  • Chapter 14. Free Agent
  • Epilogue