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Posts Tagged with "Black Revolutionary"

Solitary confinement: Torture chambers for Black revolutionaries

August 12, 2012

An estimated 80,000 men, women and even children are being held in solitary confinement on any given day in U.S. prisons. If the struggle to end inhumane treatment inside prisons is to become anything more than a largely apolitical movement for so-called “civil rights,” it must put two long-ignored points back on the agenda: race and revolution.

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Huey: a memory (1942-1989)

February 5, 2009

Huey P. Newton’s name and, more importantly, his history of resistance and struggle is little more than a mystery for many younger people in their 20s. Huey P. Newton was a rebel – and more, a Black Revolutionary.

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