by Mumia Abu-Jamal
In a collection of essays dating from 1998 to now, activist Mumia Abu-Jamal explores how black people are treated by police, the justice system and society at large. Mumia never actually answers the title question, trusting you to read, ponder, and perhaps answer it for yourself. The essays are short but impactful, staying with you long after you’ve read them.
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