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"The issue ain’t what the parole board will 'decide', the real issue is what the people will allow." Michael Davis Africa
2012 is an important year for our community and as the economic picture continues to change and capitalism collapses, food and basic needs will be in greater demand for the most vulnerable people in our communities.
Abu Ghraib is not an aberration. Most u.s. prisoners instantly recognized amerika's fingerprints all over Ghraib; they match its prints in u.s. police stations, jails and prisons.
There have been people complaining of a mosque in the proximity of the former World Trade Towers yet our sacred hills have Abraham Lincoln’s face carved in the side of our sacred area, and George Washington who practiced a scorched earth campaign against our people in the East is there along with others.
When considering the extent of support and attention given to California Pelican Bay hunger strikers, that will eventually force major changes in SHU prison policies, we need to ask why NYS activists are perceptually silent on prison and parole issues?
Bro. Jalil Muntaqim is initiating a Blog to create a back and forth conversation between he and his readers. Won't you participate?
In practically every country since the 70s, political detainees who were imprisoned and not executed during that time have been released.
Dr. Mutulu Shakur is a doctor of acupuncture and was a co-founder and director of two institutions devoted to improving health care in the Black community.