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My brother Moochie
Issac J. Bailey
Written in English
At the age of nine, Issac J. Bailey saw his hero, his eldest brother, taken away in handcuffs, not to return from prison for thirty-two years. Bailey tells the story of their relationship and of his experience living in a family suffering from guilt and shame. Drawing on sociological research as well as his expertise as a journalist, he seeks to answer the crucial question of why Moochie and many other young black men--including half of the ten boys in his own family--end up in the criminal justice system.
|Statement||Issac J. Bailey|
|LC Classifications||E185.86 .B2525 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||2017049799|
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Books Issac Bailey My Brother Moochie I didn’t know it at the time, but my career in journalism began in St. Stephen, South Carolina when I was a 9-year-old boy— the year my hero big brother murdered a man and briefly faced the death penalty. Bailey went on to write an autobiography, “My Brother Moochie,” about his family trauma. The book was selected for all SMC freshmen to read as part of their first-year experience. After Moochie was taken away, Bailey said his speech got so bad he “couldn’t even put two words back to back.”.
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My Brother Moochie: Regaining Dignity in the Face of Crime, Poverty, and Racism in the American South by Isaac J. Bailey (Other Press ) (). Author Isaac J. Bailey grew up poor and Black in the 's and 's in tiny St. Stephen, South Carolina in a two-parent household filled with ten brothers and sisters/5.
My Brother Moochie by Isaac J. Bailey is an experience, not a novel. The effects of his stuttering on his self-image is similar to that which Alice Walker describes in “When the Other Dancer is the Self” in regard to her eye.
It is a modern day insight to what it is like growing up as a black male in today’s America, written with the same /5(19). “With a keen understanding of systemic racism My Brother Moochie delves into a rarely explored side of the criminal justice system: the families of the perpetrators powerful.”—New York Times Book Review “Bailey’s memoir is a triumph, a painful indictment of American inhumanity woven with threads of grace and love an extraordinary book about crime, punishment, redemption, and /5(23).
Issac Bailey’s brother, Moochie, was My brother Moochie book for more than 30 years. Photograph: Getty Images T his is an extraordinary book about crime, punishment, redemption. Praise “With a keen understanding of systemic racism My Brother Moochie delves into a rarely explored side of the criminal justice system: the families of the perpetrators powerful.”—New York Times Book Review “Bailey’s memoir is a triumph, a painful indictment of American inhumanity woven My brother Moochie book threads of grace and love an extraordinary book about crime, punishment, redemption.
My Brother Moochie provides a wide-ranging yet intensely intimate view of crime and incarceration in the United States, and the devastating effects on the incarcerated, their loved ones, their victims, and society as a whole.
It also offers hope for families caught in the incarceration trap: though the Bailey family’s lows have included.
"My Brother Moochie: Regaining Dignity in the Face of Crime, Poverty, and Racism in the American South" (Other Press, pp., ★★★½ out of four stars) is a Author: Charisse Jones. Issac J. Bailey's oldest brother murdered a man and spent 32 years in prison.
It changed the family forever. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Bailey about his new book, My Brother Moochie. MY BROTHER MOOCHIE Regaining Dignity in the Face of Crime, Poverty, and Racism in the American South By Issac J.
Bailey pp. Other Press. $ Issac. My Brother Moochie is, in fact, two eloquently interwoven coming-of-age stories: the author's own story of growing up, silenced by a debilitating stutter but free to roam the streets of his neighborhood, and ultimately his country; and Moochie's story of growing up, loudly speaking his truth, but only from within the cinderblock confinement of /5(16).
In his new book, “My Brother Moochie,” journalist Issac J. Bailey blends unlike elements — bigotry and justice, faith and doubt, violent crime and unconditional love — to make sense of his. Other Press Fifth Avenue, 6th Floor New York, NY Tel: () Toll free: () THE OTHER Fax: () Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for My Brother Moochie: Regaining Dignity in the Face of Crime, Poverty, and Racism in the American South by Issac J.
Bailey (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. In “My Brother Moochie,” Issac Bailey tries to make sense of Moochie’s resonance in his family’s life, even as the author tries his hardest to chart a different, healthier path.
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Bailey A rare first-person account that combines a journalist’s skilled reporting with the raw emotion of a younger brother’s heartfelt testimony of what his family endured after his eldest brother killed a man and was sentenced to. Moochie had been a father figure to his younger brother, protecting their mother against the brutalities of the older man who had taken her as his child bride.
He murdered a white man brutally and senselessly and has been sentenced to life in prison, where his attitudes on race have hardened.
The night my brother stabbed him, Bunch had staggered to a neighbor to ask for help but bled to death shortly thereafter. “Hey, Doug or Willie, bring me some clothes,” Moochie shouted to two of my brothers from the bathroom, where he was hiding after running into the house covered in blood.
“What you doing in there?” my oldest sister asked. Bailey was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University and has taught journalism and applied ethics at Coastal Carolina University. He currently lives in Myrtle Beach with his wife and two children.
He is the author of My Brother Moochie, now available in paperback. My Brother Moochie is, in fact, two eloquently interwoven coming-of-age stories: the author’s own story of growing up, silenced by a debilitating stutter but free to roam the streets of his neighborhood, and ultimately his country; and Moochie’s story of growing up, loudly speaking his truth, but only from within the cinderblock confinement Pages: Three Weeks with My Brother is two stories in the surface, it tells of a trip around the world that Nicholas Sparks takes with his brother Micah.
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The problems of my oldest brother, Moochie, began with a father who beat him and our mom — a father who was born into a South that was still .Rating: My Brother Moochie, written by Issac J. Bailey, an award-winning journalist and Professor at Davidson College, is an artfully crafted memoir which chronicles his eldest brother’s life, the lasting effects of his incarceration and the impact to Bailey’s family over their lifetime.My Brother Moochie Regaining Dignity in the Face of Crime, Poverty, and Racism in the American South (eBook): Bailey, Issac J.: A first-person account that combines a journalist's skilled reporting with the raw emotion of a younger brother's heartfelt testimony of what his family endured after his eldest brother killed a man and was sentenced to life in prison.