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A gripping true story of racism, murder, rape, and the law, Devil in the Grove brings to light one of the most dramatic court cases in American history, and offers a rare and revealing portrait of Thurgood Marshall that the world has never seen before.
Location: Street: 1010 El Camino Real City: Menlo Park, Province: California Postal Code: 94025-4349 Country: United States (afegit de IndieBound)… (més)
Join Us for Our History Book Club Meeting with Special Guest Doug Ross
Book Group Join special guest speaker Doug Ross, U.S. Undersecretary of Labor during the first Clinton Administration, as he leads the discussion centered on Devil in the Grove: Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys, and the Dawn of a New America by Gilbert King. (afegit de Barnes & Noble)
The Hillsborough County Bar Association welcomes GILBERT KING
We're thrilled to be the booksellers for this event! The Hillsborough County Bar Association will welcome Gilbert King, author of The Devil in the Grove. The title of the discussion is Devil in the Grove: DISCUSSION OF EVOLVING STANDARDS OF FAIRNESS, JUSTIC AND ETHICS. Ticket prices vary, but all of the information can be found HERE
Location: Street: 1610 North Tampa Street City: Tampa, Province: Florida Postal Code: 33602 Country: United States (afegit de IndieBound)… (més)
Carla Kaplan, Miss Anne in Harlem: The White Women of the Black Renaissance
“Endlessly fascinating, Miss Anne in Harlem reveals a whole new perspective on the Harlem Renaissance, and Carla Kaplan delivers an essential and absorbing portrait of race and sex in 20th century America.” Gilbert King, author of Devil in the Grove “With superb, exhaustive research and finely dramatic writing, Carla Kaplan’s brilliant Miss Anne in Harlem fills an aching void in our knowledge of the Harlem Renaissance. It also significantly deepens our understanding of American culture in the 1920s and American feminism in general.” Arnold Rampersad, author of The Life of Langston HughesCarla Kaplan is an award-winning professor and writer who holds the Stanton W. and Elisabeth K. Davis Distinguished Professorship in American Literature at Northeastern University, and she has also taught at the University of Southern California and Yale University. Kaplan is the author of The Erotics of Talk and Zora Neale Hurston: A Life in Letters, as well as the editor of Dark Symphony and Other Works by Elizabeth Laura Adams, Every Tongue Got to Confess by Zora Neale Hurston, and Passing by Nella Larsen. A recipient of a Guggenheim and many other fellowships, Kaplan has been a fellow in residence at the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and the W. E. B. Du Bois Institute, among other research centers.
Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (afegit de IndieBound)… (més)
The Northshire History Reading Group will meet on Tuesday July 16th at 6:00 pm in the bookstore conference room to discuss Devil in the Grove by Gilbert King.
If you are a member of this reading group, please stop by the bookstore to pick up your reserved copy of this title (and receive a 20% discount) For more information contact Bill Lewis email@example.com
Location: Street: Northshire Bookstore Conference Room Additional: 4869 Main Street City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (afegit de IndieBound)… (més)
Join us as we meet with Author Gilbert King and discuss his timely yet chilling book Devil in the grove: Thurgood Marshall. A novel based upon "The Groveland Boys" or "The Groveland Four" African American men accused of killing a 17-year-old white farm girl in Groveland in 1949. King brings to light one of the most dramatic and untold stories in American legal history.
Hosted By: Miami-Dade College North Campus, Science Complex
Wednesday, November 14th 2012
Reception and Book Descussion: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Location: Additional: Miami-Dade College North Campus, Science Complex , Province: Florida Country: United States (afegit de IndieBound)… (més)
In the Mezzanine Conference Room. King speaks on his book The Execution of Willie Francis. After Willie Francis did not die at his scheduled execution, a year-long legal struggle ensued. Making its way to the U.S. Supreme Court, Willie’s story is an extraordinary and troubling tale of a brutal crime, community vengeance, legal heroism, and constitutional law. (ablachly)… (més)
Gilbert King's The Execution of Willie Francis is an incisive look at the events that led to the botched first attempt at the execution of African-American teenager Willie Francis. Convicted of killing a white man, his employer, in 1946 Louisiana, the mobile electric chair meant to kill him failed to do so, only torturing the young man as electricity surged through his body. The execution was rescheduled to take place six days later, but public outcry and the actions of a local lawyer delayed this second execution as the case was argued all the way to the Supreme Court, highlighting the issues of race, justice, and capital punishment. (booksense)… (més)