Cascade Publishing House announced today that the Limited First Edition of Freaknik Lawyer: A Memoir on the Craft of Resistance closes at midnight tonight, June 30.
“We have had a successful campaign,” Cyn Harvey, President of Cascade Publishing House said.
“Sales thus far have exceeded our initial expectations, we have a number of high profile attorneys in the Atlanta to pre-order the book, along with many people who have read Michael’s other works,” Harvey noted.
“We have created an online store at Square.com – https://squareup.com/store/harold-michael-harvey – so readers can order Freaknik Lawyer and other books we publish,” she announced.
Harold Michael Harvey utilized his experience in law to write Freaknik Lawyer. It pertains to his role in providing free legal representation to Black College students in Atlanta, Georgia in the mid-1990s, when they were targeted for arrest by the city’s Black mayor.
But Harvey goes further to explain the effects of Jim Crow and school integration on contemporary issues. It is a fast-paced read full of little known historical notes about historical events, and well known public personalities.
The book is slated for a July 27, 2019 released date. The author is available for book signings and public speaking engagements.
Readers are invited to visit the Square store at https://squareup.com/store/harold-michael-harvey and order a copy of what is expected to be a much talked about book.