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Carl Maxey

a fighting life

Jim Kershner

Carl Maxey made a name for himself, first as an NCAA championship boxer, and then as eastern Washington State's first prominent black lawyer and renowned civil rights attorney who always fought for the underdog. This is a moving portrait of the man called a “Type-A Gandhi” by the New York Times and whose own personal misfortune only spurred his lifelong, tireless crusade against injustice.

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Passing the Three Gates

Interviews with Charles Johnson

edited by Jim McWilliams

A rich portrait of one of America's most original and significant writers. Jim McWilliams has collected more than twenty interviews spanning Johnson's career. The manuscript contains virtually every important interview Johnson has given, presented chronologically.

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Seattle in Black and White

The Congress of Racial Equality and the Fight for Equal Opportunity

Joan Singler, Jean C. Durning, Bettylou Valentine, and Martha (Maid) J. Adams

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