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Political Prisoners

Por Más de una Década ... Existen Prisioneros Políticos y de Guerra Puertorriqueños en Cárceles Estadounidenses

Location

1112 N. California Avenue
60622 Chicago, IL
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Por Más de una Década ... Existen Prisioneros Políticos y de Guerra Puertorriqueños en Cárceles Estadounidenses
Date: 
mid-1990s?
Abstract: 
Includes short biographies of prisoners: Edwin Cortes, Elizam Escobar, Albert Rodríguez, Alejandrina Torres, Adolfo Matos, Antonio Camacho Negrón, Alica Rodríguez, Ricard Jiminez, Juan Segarra Palmer, Carlos Alberto Torres, Carmen Valentín, Luís Rosa, Óscar Lopez Rivera, Dylcia Pagán, Ida Luz Rodríguez. Most were born in or lived in Chicago.
Language: 
Spanish
English
Notes: 
Text in Spanish in English, upside-down format. English title: More Than a Decade ... Puerto Rican Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War in United States Prisons. Item is in fair condition.
Subjects: 
Format: 

A Call to Action: An Analysis and Overview of the United States Criminal Justice System, with Recommendations

Location

7822 South Dobson Street
60619 Chicago, IL
United States
41° 45' 9.63" N, 87° 35' 56.832" W
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, Thurston, Linda M., "A Call to Action"
Date: 
1993
Edition: 
First edition
Abstract: 
"A Call to Action is a poignant and uncompromising analysis of the criminal/justice system which spends millions of dollars annually, and controls the lives of approximately one million inmates--of which nearly two-thirds are Black and members of other non-white groups. Of particular concern is the over-representation of Black men who traverse the criminal justice system as though it was especially designed for them."
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract from back cover.
Format: 
Publisher: 
ISSN/ISBN: 
088370674