by Alice Walker et al. - £11.99 Ocean Press (2005)
paperback ISBN 13: 9781920888237 | ISBN 10: 1920888233
"The story of the Cuban Five is one of courage, great sacrifice, and love. It is a story for the ages; especially for those of our people who have suffered under the implacable opression of white America supremacy; a rule of colour and power the rest of the world appears destined to experience."
"To fight for the freedom of these noble Cubans is a duty for all the forces that stand against terrorism in any part of the world. It is to struggle for the cause of so many other prisoners who, like them, are condemned to unjust sentences in U.S. prisons, and who we cannot forget."
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In booklists: Cuba, Criminal Justice in the USA, World History - Latin America & Caribbean, Miscarriages of Justice, In categories: World - Latin America & Caribbean, Society, Welfare, Justice & the State, World - North America, History & Biography,