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Honoring Sergeant Carter


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Allene G. Carter is a self-taught researcher and union activist who has been featured in a number of media outlets, including U.S. News & World Report, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. She lives in Los Angeles, California. Robert L. Allen is the author of The Port Chicago Mutiny (Amistad 1993) and co-editor of Brotherman (35,000 hc net), which won the American Book Award. Allen is a professor of African American and Ethnic Studies at the University of California at Berkeley and is an editor of The Black Scholar. He lives in San Francisco, CA.


"Extraordinary. Packed with jewels of America's diverse racial and cultural history too often hidden from view." -- Booklist"A well-grounded expose." -- Kirkus Reviews"The story of Sergeant Eddie Carter reveals the racism during a war presumed to be for freedom and equality." -- Howard Zinn"An extraordinary story...that every American should know." -- Gail Buckley, author of American Patriots"Important and inspiring....It should be required reading for all Americans who value truth." -- Robert Kerrey, author of When I Was a Young Man and President of the New School"Fascinating....What the Army and Government did in secret to a black American war hero...is chilling." -- Joseph Galloway, co-author of We Were Soldiers Once...and Young

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