Go Advanced Search

Get this free title from:

Free Stuff in These Categories
Find More Titles by
This Author: Angela Davis
This Publisher: WGBH Forum Network

Abolitionism and Human Rights in the U.S. by Angela Davis

Abolitionism and Human Rights in the U.S.

by Angela Davis


Product Details

Running Time
1 Hr. 25 Min.
Share This


Angela Davis first came to national attention in 1969 when she was removed from her teaching position at UCLA because of her membership in the Communist Party. In 1970, she was placed on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List and was the subject of an intense police search culminating in one of the most publicized trials in recent history. After a 16-month incarceration, Davis was acquitted. In 1998, she helped to organize a national conference at UC Berkeley, 'Critical Resistance: Beyond the Prison Industrial Complex'. Her books include The Angela Davis Reader and Blues Legacies and Black Feminism.

People Who Liked Abolitionism and Human Rights in the U.S. Also Liked These Free Titles:
  No Place for a Woman
by Catherine Winter

  Singing for Justice
by Arlo Guthrie

Reviews & Ratings
User Reviews         Rate this title  

More Details

  • LearnOutLoud.com Product ID: A022225