Black Americans and the Palestinians

Fletcher, Jr., Bill
August 2014
Michigan Citizen;8/10/2014, Vol. 36 Issue 40, pA11
The article offers the author's insights on similarities and differences between justice system of Palestinians and African Americans including education system, international law, and national territory.


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