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Author Tolan, Robbie,
Title No justice : one white police officer, one black family, and how one bullet ripped us apart / Robbie Tolan and Lawrence Ross ; foreword by Ken Griffey Jr.
Imprint ©2018.
New York : Center Street, 2018.
Edition First edition.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HV8148.B453 T65 2018    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HV8148.B453 T65 2018    AVAILABLE  
Author Tolan, Robbie,
Subject Tolan, Robbie.
Cotton, Jeffrey (Police officer)
Discrimination in law enforcement -- Texas -- Bellaire -- Case studies.
Police shootings -- Texas -- Bellaire -- Case studies.
Police brutality -- Texas -- Bellaire -- Case studies.
Victims of violent crimes -- Texas -- Bellaire -- Biography.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- Texas -- Bellaire.
Civil rights -- Texas -- Bellaire.
Bellaire (Tex.) -- Race relations.
Alt Name Ross, Lawrence C.,
Griffey, Ken, Jr.,
Description xi, 258 pages ; 24 cm
Edition First edition.
Note Includes index.
Contents Foreword / by Ken Griffey Jr. -- Right place, wrong license -- My new reality -- The journey for justice begins -- A long series of isolated incidents -- The trial of my life -- Justice for all? -- A black life not mattering -- Renewing the good fight -- History and the Supreme Court -- A life without true justice.
Summary The harrowing story of Robbie Tolan, who early on one New Year's Eve morning, found himself being rushed to the hospital. A white police officer had shot him in the chest after mistakenly accusing him of stealing his own car...while in his own driveway. In a journey that took nearly a decade, Tolan and his family saw his case go before the United States Supreme Court in a groundbreaking decision, while Tolan struggled with how to put his life back together. Holding him together through this journey was the strength of his mother and father, his faith in God, and an impenetrable belief that he deserved justice like any other American who'd been wronged. No Justice is the story about what happened after the cameras and social media protests went away. Robbie Tolan was left with the physical and mental devastation from having his body violated by someone who was supposed to serve and protect him. His story reminds us that police brutality is not a theoretical talking point in a larger nationwide argument. This story is about Robbie Tolan courageously picking up the pieces of his life, even as he fights for justice for all.
ISBN 9781478976653 (hardcover)
1478976659 (hardcover)
OCLC # 1017567541


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