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On November 11, 2004, security guards stormed into the Cambridge University Law Faculty Library and pushed Christian Kim out in an act of official coercion. There was no justifiable cause. Due process was bypassed. A serious act of injustice was carried out along with much humiliation. In this audiobook, Christian Kim shares his thoughts on the experience, particularly in light of the historical struggles of people of color. Christian Kim discusses the implications of such acts of official coercion for individual rights and institutional discrimination. Why is the precedent of official coercion harmful for everyone concerned? What will be the domino effect? How is official coercion tied to colonialism, slavery, and apartheid? Christian Kim is insightful and makes many points that are needed in the diversity of the global community in the 21st Century. This audiobook is an indispensable guide for all who are serious about human rights, justice, and civil rights. This audiobook shows that the injustice that leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. struggled against still exists today. This audiobook will open the listeners ears to how injustice and violation of human rights can creep into even the most respected of institutions in the world.

©2004 The Hermit Kingdom Press (P)2013 The Hermit Kingdom Press

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