Author: Lewis Cole,David Hilliard
Publisher: Lawrence Hill Books; Unabridge Version edition (April 1, 2001)
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Just as David Hilliard's candid life story illuminates this revolutionary movement, it sheds light on America's present racial and political troubles. Hilliard's experiences encapsulate an entire generation. Born in the forties, the twelfth child in a poor but intact Alabama family, he began life as. The traditional Southern black culture was ending.
David Hilliard (born May 15, 1942) was a member of the Black Panther Party. He was Chief of Staff in the party. He became a visiting instructor at the University of New Mexico in 2006. He also is the founder of the Dr. Huey P. Newton foundation. David Hilliard was born on May 15, 1942 in Rockville, Alabama to Lela and Lee Hilliard. David had six brothers and five sisters: Theodore, Allen, Nathaniel, Van, Roosevelt, Arthur, Rose Lee, Sweetie, Dorty Mae, Vera Lee, and Eleanora
This Side of Glory book. Great story but the Black Panthers scare me with their logic of safety and defense.
This Side of Glory book. This Side of Glory: The Autobiography of David Hilliard and the Story of the Black Panther Party.
Former Black Panther Party Chief-of-Staff Hilliard-responding to the 1989 death of his childhood friend and .
Former Black Panther Party Chief-of-Staff Hilliard-responding to the 1989 death of his childhood friend and Panther founder Huey Newton-looks back at the Party and the world in which its members came of age. Growing up poor in racist Alabama, Hilliard-who, with the aid of Cole (Never Too Young to Die, 1988, et., writes his memoir in the present tense-absorbs the prevailing assumption that violence is the norm, but doesn't absorb his family's strong work ethic
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Hilliard exposes his life as if there's a gun to his head. I found myself flinching at some of the events. This Side Of Glory is an excellent biography and chapter of history of an organization that changed the face of this nation. Although, Hilliard is candid on a major portion of his life, there are others in which he is less forthcoming, making the absences of these events and/or people all the more glaringly obvious. These reluctances do not hinder or slow the pace of the story Hilliard is determines to tell. Read To Be Determined’s description of This Side of Glory: The Autobiography of David Hilliard and the Story of the Black Panther Party.
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This side of glory : the autobiography of David Hilliard and the story of the Black Panther Party, David Hilliard and Lewis Cole Little, Brown Boston 1993. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1993, This side of glory : the autobiography of David Hilliard and the story of the Black Panther Party, David Hilliard and Lewis Cole Little, Brown Boston. All users of the catalogue should also be aware that certain words, terms or descriptions may be culturally sensitive and may be considered inappropriate today, but may have reflected the author's/creator's attitude or that of the period in which they were written.
THIS SIDE OF GLORY The Autobiography of David Hilliard and the Story of the Black Panther Party. The other problem is that although "This Side of Glory" describes both the growth and the collapse of the Black Panther Party, it does not relate the one to the other. By David Hilliard and Lewis Cole. 450 pp. Boston: Little, Brown & Company. The Panthers' brief time in the spotlight is treated too reverently. Even though he was abruptly, unfairly expelled by the increasingly paranoid Huey Newton, Mr. Hilliard calls Newton "a peerless intellectual force" who "has changed history. He calls the party "the best thing in my life.