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ローザ・パークスや自身の祖母が登場する個人的で引きこまれる話を通じて、人権弁護士 ブライアン・スティーブンソンがアメリカの司法制度の手厳しい真実を教えてくれます。国内の黒人男性の3人に1人が収監された経験を持つという、大きく人種的に偏った真実から語り始められます。アメリカが振り返ってきていない歴史に包まれた手厳しい真実が、これほど率直に洞察力と説得力をもって語られることはめったにありません。——Translated into Japanese by Akinori Oyama / Reviewed by Chieko Tamakawa

Public-interest lawyer
Bryan Stevenson is the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, fighting poverty and challenging racial discrimination in the criminal justice system. Full bio
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