A Black Revolutionary's Life in Labor: Black Workers Power in Detroit
List Price: $11.25
Publisher: Against the Tide
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 3.94" wide x 52.36" long x 79.92" tall
A Black Revolutionary's Life in Labor: Black Workers Power in Detroit by Michael Hamlin with Michele Gibbs is a must read personal narrative of a book for labor activists, students and educators, community organizers and lovers of black history. In this candid narrative Hamlin exposes the horrors of growing up black in America from a Mississippi sharecropper s plantation to Korean War soldier, and ultimately truck driver for the Detroit News and his increasing rage at the system. Hamlin, a key organizer of DRUM and a leader of The League of Revolutionary Black Workers, describes his role in the 1960 s and early 1970 s when black assembly line workers shut down Chrysler Detroit s Dodge Main More...
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