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The silence of our friends

Author: Mark Long; Jim Demonakos; Nate Powell; John Jennings
Publisher: New York : First Second/Square Fish, 2018. ©2012
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First Square Fish editionView all editions and formats
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This semi-autobiographical tale is set in 1967. A white family from a notoriously racist neighborhood in the suburbs and a black family from its poorest ward cross Houston's color line, overcoming humiliation, degradation, and violence to win the freedom of five black college students unjustly charged with the murder of a policeman.
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Genre/Form: Social issue comics
Graphic novels
Comics (Graphic works)
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Long; Jim Demonakos; Nate Powell; John Jennings
ISBN: 9781250164988 1250164982
OCLC Number: 1017484965
Notes: Originally published 2012; this edition includes a new introduction by John Jennings.
Description: 198 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 22 cm
Responsibility: written by Mark Long & Jim Demonakos ; art by Nate Powell ; introduction by John Jennings.

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This semi-autobiographical tale is set in 1967. A white family from a notoriously racist neighborhood in the suburbs and a black family from its poorest ward cross Houston's color line, overcoming humiliation, degradation, and violence to win the freedom of five black college students unjustly charged with the murder of a policeman.

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