Announcing the self-published release of Black Thursday a new book about motorcycle profiling and the struggle for the survival of motorcycle clubs in America. Written by David 'Double D' Devereaux, a nationally recognized motorcycle rights advocate and spokesperson for the
movement, Black Thursday chronicles the successful quest to pass a law addressing the issue of motorcycle profiling in Washington State, accompanied by photos, and the efforts being made to spread the message across America.
Furthermore, Double D is a second generation member of the Outsiders motorcycle club from the Northwest, and the book explores life-changing memories. These include the night his father Gene survived a gunshot to the head and the events surrounding his brother Pigpen being unjustly branded a 'Cop Killer' dating back to December 1979. Do not be misled, however. 'If the reader is expecting a real life 'Sons-of- Absurdity' narrative they will be sadly disappointed.' This book is about the political fight against biker discrimination, profiling, and the struggle for the survival of a class, culture, and lifestyle.
This book is about the fight against motorcycle profiling and the struggle for the survival of motorcycle clubs in America. This is a story about the transformation of motorcycle rights in Washington State, the power of motorcyclists as a grassroots political movement, and a second generation motorcycle club member that found a true path and passion: to defend and help insure the survival of the biker community and way of life.
About the author:
David Devereaux is a motorcycle club member and rights advocate. Dedicated to advancing the rights base of marginalized and under-represented persons, David has over 20 years of public speaking and public policy experience.
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