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The Resource Right here, right now : life stories from America's death row, edited by Lynden Harris ; with a foreword by Henderson Hill & an afterword by Timothy B. Tyson

Right here, right now : life stories from America's death row, edited by Lynden Harris ; with a foreword by Henderson Hill & an afterword by Timothy B. Tyson

Label
Right here, right now : life stories from America's death row
Title
Right here, right now
Title remainder
life stories from America's death row
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lynden Harris ; with a foreword by Henderson Hill & an afterword by Timothy B. Tyson
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Right Here, Right Now collects the powerful first-person stories of dozens of men who are living on death row in the United States, offering a glimpse into the lives of some of the most marginalized people in America"--
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Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
NcD/DLC
Dewey number
365/.6092273
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV8699.U5
LC item number
R54 2021
Literary form
non fiction
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1957-
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  • Harris, Lynden
  • Hill, Henderson
  • Tyson, Timothy B.
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  • Death row inmates
  • Marginality, Social
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Label
Right here, right now : life stories from America's death row, edited by Lynden Harris ; with a foreword by Henderson Hill & an afterword by Timothy B. Tyson
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Source of cataloging data: WCP
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword / Henderson Hill -- I. The part that was innocent (early childhood, birth to five years old). Playing solitary -- Grandma shot Bob -- Ajar -- No questions asked -- Downpour -- Nigger lover -- Shelf life -- Not the worst fate -- Car ride -- Momma's boy -- Good habits -- II. Boot camp (elementary school, six to ten years old). It was reefer -- Blistered -- Ode to a pretty girl -- U-turn -- The monster -- Don't bring a gun to a knife fight -- Red, half-white, and blue -- Badge of honor -- Boot camp -- Lesson learned -- Better off dead -- Shake it off -- III. The drama was live (middle school, eleven to thirteen years old). You can be anything -- Bootleg -- Luxury -- Cop -- Man of the house -- Trance -- Tar pit -- Point blank -- Role model -- Elliot MF Jones -- Suspension of disbelief -- IV. From bad to worse (fourteen years old to arrest). A wrap -- JD -- When we were young -- Stinging bee -- Hands on -- On my own -- Ain't got no name -- Slap in the face -- Doing my job -- White devil -- Voices in the dark -- Finally -- Crossing over -- V. Given the circumstances (jail to trial and sentencing). A kind of peace -- Seeing the light -- Boy -- The quiet room -- Helpless -- Just like a frog -- The source -- I heard you -- Mercy on my soul -- Butterflies -- After the storm -- VI. Worst of the worst (entering death row and solitary). What you got? -- Worst of the worst -- Nursing home -- Combat readiness -- The hole -- Peanut -- Motel -- All these guys -- Word is bond -- VII. You are not here to be rehabilitated (life on death row). The raw -- Firstborn -- Valentine's Day -- Time lost -- Hugs -- I knew what was coming -- The real question -- For my heart only -- Guilt by association -- Pumping iron -- I became him -- Definitely Christmas -- Sidekick for life -- The huggy boys -- Cellar dwellers -- Your neighbor -- Beyond the wall -- Ten cents a minute -- You can do it -- The kind that never go away -- Making it home -- Someone was gonna die -- Sugar rush -- VIII. Every day's worth celebrating (facing execution). Deal the cards -- Weighing the cost -- The envelope -- Final hours -- Cruel and unusual -- Black and mild -- Something wasn't right -- Holy Week -- Dawn -- Afterword / Timothy B. Tyson
Control code
on1196037349
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvi, 250 pages
Isbn
9781478014119
Lccn
2020040893
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1196037349
Label
Right here, right now : life stories from America's death row, edited by Lynden Harris ; with a foreword by Henderson Hill & an afterword by Timothy B. Tyson
Publication
Copyright
Note
Source of cataloging data: WCP
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword / Henderson Hill -- I. The part that was innocent (early childhood, birth to five years old). Playing solitary -- Grandma shot Bob -- Ajar -- No questions asked -- Downpour -- Nigger lover -- Shelf life -- Not the worst fate -- Car ride -- Momma's boy -- Good habits -- II. Boot camp (elementary school, six to ten years old). It was reefer -- Blistered -- Ode to a pretty girl -- U-turn -- The monster -- Don't bring a gun to a knife fight -- Red, half-white, and blue -- Badge of honor -- Boot camp -- Lesson learned -- Better off dead -- Shake it off -- III. The drama was live (middle school, eleven to thirteen years old). You can be anything -- Bootleg -- Luxury -- Cop -- Man of the house -- Trance -- Tar pit -- Point blank -- Role model -- Elliot MF Jones -- Suspension of disbelief -- IV. From bad to worse (fourteen years old to arrest). A wrap -- JD -- When we were young -- Stinging bee -- Hands on -- On my own -- Ain't got no name -- Slap in the face -- Doing my job -- White devil -- Voices in the dark -- Finally -- Crossing over -- V. Given the circumstances (jail to trial and sentencing). A kind of peace -- Seeing the light -- Boy -- The quiet room -- Helpless -- Just like a frog -- The source -- I heard you -- Mercy on my soul -- Butterflies -- After the storm -- VI. Worst of the worst (entering death row and solitary). What you got? -- Worst of the worst -- Nursing home -- Combat readiness -- The hole -- Peanut -- Motel -- All these guys -- Word is bond -- VII. You are not here to be rehabilitated (life on death row). The raw -- Firstborn -- Valentine's Day -- Time lost -- Hugs -- I knew what was coming -- The real question -- For my heart only -- Guilt by association -- Pumping iron -- I became him -- Definitely Christmas -- Sidekick for life -- The huggy boys -- Cellar dwellers -- Your neighbor -- Beyond the wall -- Ten cents a minute -- You can do it -- The kind that never go away -- Making it home -- Someone was gonna die -- Sugar rush -- VIII. Every day's worth celebrating (facing execution). Deal the cards -- Weighing the cost -- The envelope -- Final hours -- Cruel and unusual -- Black and mild -- Something wasn't right -- Holy Week -- Dawn -- Afterword / Timothy B. Tyson
Control code
on1196037349
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvi, 250 pages
Isbn
9781478014119
Lccn
2020040893
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1196037349

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