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This eloquent and provocative autobiography, originally published in 1972, records a day by day, sometimes hour by hour, compassionate account of the events that took place in the streets, meetings, churches, jails, and in people's hearts and minds in the 1960s civil rights movement.
Paperback, 608 pages
Published September 1st 1997 by University of Washington Press (first published 1985)
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Alicia Garza
Sep 23, 2015 Alicia Garza rated it really liked it
Fantastic. Some self aggrandizing here and lots of stories of male heroes, but nevertheless a great read.
Stacy
Jan 28, 2008 Stacy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: memoir, top-picks, race
Amazing first-hand account of the making of one black revolutionary as well as the development and structure of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, full of criticisms for the purpose of allowing us all to grow from mistakes. Detailed accounts of freedom riders events, marches for the right to vote, organizing people in the south, and police repression. Also discusses relationships to MLK Jr. and other leaders and the contrast between generations, religious vs. non-religious, and thos ...more
kripsoo
The Making of Black Revolutionaries is a fantastic read and an invaluable resource for all those who want to make history in America whether struggling against racism or engaging in any other freedom fight Jim Forman gripping first-hand account of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee(SNCC) includes testimony from other participants and excerpts from documents of the time
Benjamin Lettuce Treuhaft
Feb 26, 2011 Benjamin Lettuce Treuhaft rated it it was amazing
I agree with my sister Dinky, married to Forman, mother of James and Chaka Forman (two of the best people ever born): It's one of the best books ever written. For those of us who missed the movement for whatever reason (born too late, busy with other projects, too racist to care) it puts you right back in 1963 and it's almost like you get a second chance.
Lai-san
Sep 25, 2009 Lai-san rated it liked it
Fascinating close-up account of SNCC, but I wish there had been a firmer hand in editing it.
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