Sutton University, West Virginia, is one of the last black universities in the US to wise up to the changing attitudes of the 1960s. But MJUMBE Members of Justice United for Meaningful Black Education intend to put things right. They don't wait for the revolution to be televised, they get it on.
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'A biting social satire.' Daily Express
The Nigger Factory is a scornful statement about the way in which human beings are conditioned to think.
On the campus of Sutton University, Virginia, the students are trying to carry forth the message of reconstruction to
a university resistant to change. The failure of Sutton to embrace the changing attitudes of the sixties has necessitated extreme action and the revolution is nigh.
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'[Gil Scott-Heron] has been committed to examining those facts of the human condition that most of us would rather forget . . . he is an artist who has crafted witty but crucial insights for Black America.' Washington Post
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Book Description Interlink Pub Group Inc, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0862415276