Yahoo España Búsqueda web

Search results

  1. Leroy Eldridge Cleaver (August 31, 1935 – May 1, 1998) was an American writer and political activist who became an early leader of the Black Panther Party. [1] [2] In 1968, Cleaver wrote Soul on Ice, a collection of essays that, at the time of its publication, was praised by The New York Times Book Review as "brilliant and revealing". [3] .

  2. Leroy Eldridge Cleaver (31 de agosto de 1935-1 de mayo de 1998), escritor estadounidense, activista político. Ministro de Información de los Panteras Negras . En su libro "Alma Encadenada" (escrito en prisión), Cleaver defiende los derechos de la comunidad afronorteamericana y desarrolla los postulados del Partido Pantera Negra, que logró ...

  3. 22 de feb. de 2024 · Notable Works: “Soul on Ice”. Eldridge Cleaver (born 1935, Wabbaseka, near Little Rock, Arkansas, U.S.—died May 1, 1998, Pomona, California) was an American Black militant whose autobiographical volume Soul on Ice (1968) is a classic statement of Black alienation in the United States.

  4. 1 de may. de 1998 · Cleaver died at the age of 62 in Los Angeles. The Black Power records at the National Archives pertaining to Eldridge Cleaver include audio recordings of radio interviews, FBI surveillance of him in the United States, Cuba and Algeria and files from President Gerald Ford and his administration.

  5. 2 de abr. de 2014 · Famous Authors & Writers. Civil Rights Activists. Eldridge Cleaver wrote 'Soul on Ice,' a best-selling collection of essays about his time in prison, and was the minister of information for the...

  6. 2 de may. de 1998 · Eldridge Cleaver, whose searing prison memoir ''Soul on Ice'' and leadership in the Black Panther Party made him a symbol of black rebellion in the turbulent 1960's, died yesterday in Pomona,...

  7. www.blackpast.org › people-african-american-history › cleaver-eldridge-1935-1998Eldridge Cleaver (1935-1998) - Blackpast

    4 de feb. de 2009 · Eldridge Cleaver, author and civil rights activist, was born on August 31, 1935 in Wabbaseka, Arkansas.. Cleaver, a child of six, lived in a household where his father abused his mother. The Cleavers moved to Phoenix, Arizona and finally settled in Los Angeles, California where Cleaver spent much of his childhood in and out of reform schools for petty crimes.