Moore, Natalie Y.Williams, Lance. (2011) The Almighty Black P Stone Nation :the rise, fall, and resurgence of an American gang Chicago, Ill. : Lawrence Hill Books,MLA Citation
Moore, Natalie Y.Williams, Lance.The Almighty Black P Stone Nation: The Rise, Fall, And Resurgence Of An American Gang. Chicago, Ill. : Lawrence Hill Books, 2011. Print.
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The Almighty Black P Stone Nation : the rise, fall, and resurgence of an American gang /
Natalie Y. Moore and Lance Williams.
|Main Author:||Moore, Natalie Y.|
|Other Names:||Williams, Lance.|
|Published:||Chicago, Ill. : Lawrence Hill Books, 2011.|
|Topics:||Gangs - Illinois - Chicago - History. | African Americans - Illinois - Chicago - History. | Church work with juvenile delinquents - Illinois - Chicago. | Prosecutorial misconduct - United States. | Woodlawn Organization | First Presbyterian Church (Chicago, Ill.) - History. | Black P Stone Nation (Organization) - History. | Fry, John R. | Brazier, Arthur M.|
|Regions:||Woodlawn (Chicago, Ill.) - History, | Illinois - Chicago. | United States.|
|Physical Description:||vii, 294 pages,  pages of unnumbered plates : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-285) and index.
|Summary:||Authors Moore and Williams answer questions in this provocative tale that explores how teens from a poverty stricken Chicago neighborhood built a powerful organization that united 21 individual gangs into a virtual nation.