Welcome to another bonus round of Civics & Coffee. This week's Wonder Woman Wednesday is dedicated to the activist, academic and infamous FBI Most Wanted, Angela Davis.
From her youth trying to survive living in a place known as Dynamite Hill in Alabama to her acquittal of attempted murder in 1972, Davis has lived in an intense life! Come listen as I dive into Dr. Angela Yvonne Davis.
Sources Used In This Episode:
Angela Davis. History.com Editors. History. Published November 9, 2009. (LINK)
Britannica, T. Editors of Encyclopedia (2021, January 22). Angela Davis. Encyclopedia Britannica. (LINK)
Angela Davis's Imprisonment Inspired a Movement. Because of Her Story - Smithsonian. June 25, 2020. (LINK)
Angela Davis. African American Heritage. National Archives. Updated July 22, 2020. (LINK)
Critical Resistance Mission Statement. Critical Resistance.org (LINK)
Angela Davis. Speak Out: Voices Changing Lives. (LINK)
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