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ILLUSIONS OF JUSTICE FUNDRAISER

Updated: May 21

Human Rights Violations in the United States


SECOND EDITION AUGMENTED BY LENNOX S. HINDS


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ILLUSIONS OF JUSTICE

HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES

Second Edition Augmented

by Lennox S. Hinds

Attorney for the Petitioners


An adaptation of the Legal Petition submitted to the United Nations on December 11, 1978, the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United States, on behalf of Petitioners.

  • National Conference of Black Lawyers

  • National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression

  • Commission on Racial Justice

  • United Church of Christ

 
ACCLAIM FOR THE SECOND EDITION AUGMENTED:
ANGELA Y. DAVIS "An essential resource when it was first published in 1978, Lennox Hinds’ new edition of Illusions of Justice reminds us of the importance of combining local and international legal resistance with ongoing movement organizing. Progressive legal workers, scholars and activists alike will appreciate the valuable historical context offered by this text for those of us involved in contemporary battles against racist and heteropatriarchal state violence.”

~ Angela Y. Davis, Distinguished Professor Emerita, History of Consciousness and Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz

 
BERNARD K. FREAMON ". . . a superb resource for all scholars, practitioners and activists interested in civil and human rights in America and throughout the world. Thoroughly researched and persuasively argued."

~ Bernard K. Freamon, Professor of Law Emeritus, Seton Hall Law School

 
MICHAEL WELCH "Illusions of Justice remains an important resource for scholars, researchers and lawyers – as well as activists. Likewise, it continues to provide substantial guidance for the civil rights and human rights movements . . . I plan to consult the work while writing my own book on political imprisonment. Moreover, the added chapters (i.e., Death Penalty, Abuse of Power by Police) further bolster the vast volume of cases."

~ Michael Welch, Ph.D., Professor, Criminal Justice. Rutgers University, USA

 
Lennox S. Hinds, Author
Lennox S. Hinds, Author
ABOUT LENNOX S. HINDS

Lennox S. Hinds is a retired Professor Emeritus of Law and former Chair of the Administration of Justice Program, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. D

A graduate of The City College of New York and Rutgers Law School, he was awarded the law school’s J. Skelly Wright Award for his contribution to civil rights.

He was a Charles H. Revson Fellow, Center for Legal Education and Urban Policy, City College of New York 1979-1980.

In addition to his practice as a criminal defense and international human rights lawyer, he was Nelson Mandela’s US attorney and counsel in the US to the Government of South Africa, the African National Congress (ANC) of South Africa, and (SWAPO) of Namibia.

He is the Permanent Representative to the United Nations for the International Association of Democratic Lawyers.


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Proceeds from sale of the hardcover book are being donated to the National Conference of Black Lawyers.

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