The Nigger Factory

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Canongate, 2010 - Fiction - 237 pages
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An early novel from the groundbreaking artist behind The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, about militant student activists struggling against their administration for basic rights   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 1960s has necessitated extreme action and the revolution is nigh in this scornful statement on the way in which human beings are conditioned to think.

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Gil Scott-Heron is a highly influential and widely admired singer, proto-rapper, jazz pianist, poet, novelist, and socio-political commentator who remains a unique and major figure in global music. With more than 20 albums to his name, his politically charged output has won him an international following.

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