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Not Guilty: Twelve Black Men Speak Out on…

Not Guilty: Twelve Black Men Speak Out on Law, Justice, and Life

by Jabari Asim

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I was disappointed with this anthology. The majority of the authors were middle-class academics, which both created a fairly uniform viewpoint and saddled too many essays with a ponderous tone. Two essays were, in my opinion, all but unreadable.

There are, however, some standouts. Christopher Cooper's essay on police mediation versus arbitration provide some clear where-to-go-from-here directions; Mat Johnson's memoir of being newly-transferred to an inner-city public school offered insights that link a limits on violence to a perception of future opportunity.
  sanguinity | Mar 29, 2008 |
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