SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor reviews Elizabeth Hinton's new "America on Fire" and explains how it shakes up established accounts of a "good" and "nonviolent" civil rights movement giving way to protest and violence.
SOURCE: In These Times
by Hamilton Nolan
A conversation with Elizabeth Hinton, author of “America On Fire: The Untold History of Police Violence and Black Rebellion Since the 1960s.”
SOURCE: Boston Review
Activist Derecka Purnell interviews Elizabeth Hinton about her new book "America on Fire" and the need to think about urban unrest in political, not criminal or psychological, terms.
SOURCE: Harvard Magazine
Historian Elizabeth Hinton probes the roots of a gathering crisis.
by Elizabeth Hinton
Elizabeth Hinton cites as an example a prison celebrated by a jailed Malcolm X. (It’s where he wanted to be sent.)
by Tony Platt
There can’t possible be anything more to say about this topic? Wrong.
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