They Can't Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore, and a New Era in America’s Racial Justice Movement
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They Can't Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore, and a New Era in America’s Racial Justice Movement

Title:They Can't Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore, and a New Era in America’s Racial Justice Movement
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  • Jan 17, 2017

    3.5 starsI've been thinking about this review for some time; I have so many jumbled thoughts about the book, the author, and the subject matter that i'm finding it hard to know where to start or even ...

  • Dec 09, 2016

    In his Acknowledgments, Wesley Lowery calls the victims of racial violence "Rorschach tests in a divided nation’s debate of race and justice." That seems a particularly appropriate choice of metapho...

  • Oct 16, 2016

    Journalists try not to become part of the stories they cover. That choice was taken from Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery when police arrested him and Huffington Post’s Ryan Reilly as they wor...

  • Dec 30, 2016

    I read this to learn more about Ferguson and the Black Lives Matter movement, and in that sense the book fulfilled its purpose, though I’m not sure I gleaned anything I couldn’t have just by payin...

  • Jan 30, 2017

    This book should be listed on essential reading lists. Lowery discusses the killing of Michael Brown and other unarmed African-Americans who died at the hands of police. Lowery is a journalist who cov...

  • Feb 09, 2017

    The bitter taste of injustice is intoxicating on the tongue of a traumatized people. (p. 59)Disclaimer: I am a white, female, middle-class, middle-aged, overly educated librarian in a wealthy, predomi...

  • Feb 15, 2017

    ... One day, one month, one year from now, after you leave, it's still going to be fucked up in Ferguson...as a print reporter for the washington post Wesley Lowery has written an extensively research...

  • Jun 12, 2017

    4.5*A difficult, enlightening and worthwhile read...

  • Jan 01, 2017

    Wow! This enthralling account of the deaths of so many (virtually exclusively unarmed) Black men and women at the hands of police and the development of the Movement for Black Lives that has sprung fr...

  • Jun 04, 2017

    My attention was drawn to this book by the excellent review in The Nation, "Origins of a Movement" by Nathalie Baptiste. Well worth reading, I provide a link to it online below in lieu of a personal ...