Located in Represa, California, this was "home" to Cleaver for many years.
This is an area of Los Angeles known to be a slum area, or "ghetto," largely populated by minorities.
The Folsom Theatre
This is known as such because of movies shown there on Sundays in 1965 when Cleaver was a prisoner.
Folsom's Honor Unit
A place held for those offenders who had clean records for at least six months. Those prisoners got specific advantages, including additional television time, larger cells and less custodial supervision.
This is a myth about the beginning of the white race.
This is an Asian country and the site of a conflict in which American troops become highly involved.
This is a dance that Cleaver says began the integration of the white people into the black culture in America.
This is the imaginary...
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