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Review of “Juvenile Offenders: From Big Wheels to the Big House”

Review of “Juvenile Offenders: From Big Wheels to the Big House” by Author/Activist Rosemary Jenkins

Meredith Etc

Review of Juvenile Offenders: From Big Wheels to the Big House

By Meredith Coleman McGee, Acquisition Editor/Publisher, Meredith Etc

With comments from James Howard Meredith

Juvenile Offender's HB coverJuvenile Offenders: From Big Wheels to the Big Houselets the cat out of the hat. The cat stinks. Readers will smell the funk.

These stories awaken sleepy souls. Hopefully, sweeping changes will transpire. My second cousin Ronald Patterson contributed several pieces to this work. Our family migrated to Los Angeles, California in the 1950s. 

In 1980, at age 16, Ronald became a juvenile offender and entered California’s prison system. 

James Howard Meredith, the first Black to enroll at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) during the Jim Crow south reviewed Juvenile Offenders: From Big Wheels to the Big House.

Meredith said, “I was touched the most by the writings of Ronald. I have been corresponding with him for over 25 years…

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Meredith Etc is a small press and online bookstore which sells children and adult non-fiction and fiction book titles. The company publishes memoirs, biographies, short story anthologies, poetry, and historical fiction. Other genres are accepted on a case by case basis. Inquirer within. Jackson, Mississippi. Follow us on -Twitter: Meredithetc -Facebook: Meredithetc -Blog: Meredithetc.com

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