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Bomani Shakur (Keith LaMar) Lucasville 5 in shackles, cropped

‘Condemned’ by Keith LaMar (Bomani Shakur)

February 27, 2014

I’m reaching out to inform you all that I finally finished my book, “Condemned.” This book isn’t just about me or about what happened to these men after a prison uprising. It’s about all of us. What happened to me can happen to you. Especially if you are poor. Especially if you are a minority. Especially if you are alone … or at least feel that you’re alone.

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California’s Prop 34: Yes or no, the death penalty remains

November 2, 2012

Voting against Proposition 34 means I want the state to continue to actively kill people by shooting poison in their veins. Voting for it means I want the state to sentence more people to the slow, excruciating, grinding form of the death penalty that is life without parole. In the end, I really have no choice but to abstain.

The Black/Afrikan community and the death penalty

November 17, 2008

“Slavery became a haven for the death penalty. In Virginia, before the end of slavery, there was only one crime for which a white person could be executed. But there were 66 crimes for which a slave could be executed.” – Sis. Angela Davis, 2003

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