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Strictly ghetto property; the story of Los Siete de la Raza.

Author: Marjorie Heins
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif., Ramparts Press [1972]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"'Strictly Ghetto Property' goes beyond the immediate events and explores the full background--the ghetto experience, the student uprisings, early contact with brown power revolutionaries and the Black Panter party--that made the Los Siete incident a key political event. Marjorie Hein's book is a unique story of a ghetto community and of the transformation of 'street brothers' into revolutionaries." -- Insider cover.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Heins, Marjorie.
Strictly ghetto property; the story of Los Siete de la Raza.
Berkeley, Calif., Ramparts Press [1972]
(OCoLC)609461206
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marjorie Heins
ISBN: 0878670122 9780878670123 0878670106 9780878670109
OCLC Number: 554280
Description: 324 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: Preface --
Hidalgo's statue --
Strictly ghetto property --
We wanted to start the revolution then and there --
The Man --
The weird experience --
Whitey's building --
Beginning to get it together --
Mayday --
Serving the people doesn't mean being a waitress --
In the halls of justice --
The community must take control --
Mind if I call you piggy? --
Nobody walk every day the same --
Power to the people, streeter --
All-American boy --
The prosecution doesn't understand --
To fight another day.

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"'Strictly Ghetto Property' goes beyond the immediate events and explores the full background--the ghetto experience, the student uprisings, early contact with brown power revolutionaries and the Black Panter party--that made the Los Siete incident a key political event. Marjorie Hein's book is a unique story of a ghetto community and of the transformation of 'street brothers' into revolutionaries." -- Insider cover.

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