Lawrence Hill Books is dedicated to publishing quality nonfiction on progressive politics, civil and human rights, feminism, and topics of interest to African Americans and other underrepresented groups. Recent titles include The Assassination of Fred Hampton, by Jeffrey Haas; The Almighty Black P Stone Nation, by Natalie Y. Moore and Lance Williams; and Eye of the Hurricane: My Path from Darkness to Freedom, by Dr. Rubin "Hurricane" Carter.
Lawrence Hill Books was founded in Brooklyn, New York, by Lawrence Hill in 1973 and was acquired by Chicago Review Press Incorporated in 1993. Over the past four decades, Lawrence Hill Books has established a solid reputation as an important publisher of progressive, authoritative, meaningful books, ranging from The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade by Alfred W. McCoy to Assata Shakur's autobiography and Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson.
|Yuval Taylor||Senior Editor||Music, civil rights, history|
|Cynthia Sherry||Publisher||Civil rights, history, progressive politics, sociology|
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