Support Zulu’s legal fund; get his beautiful, hand-crafted jewelry

by Kenny Zulu Whitmore

My people, what’s good?

I am launching my campaign to raise funds for my legal defense. I finally have legal representation. My attorney is Miles W. Swanson, L.C.C., out of New Orleans. The funds will pay for documents, minor attorney fees and court fees once my case goes to court.

I am not trying to raise funds for personal use, such as hygiene, writing materials or stamps. This campaign is strictly for my legal representation.

For all donations of $25 or more, my Netherlands chairwoman will forward you your choice of one of the two pieces of Zulu jewelry: the Free Zulu Zu-Tag and/or the Zulu Adinkra Symbol. Both are designed by me and made of stainless steel by a good friend of mine. And all pieces come with a chain to be worn around the neck. They are lightweight and beautifully crafted.

And if there is anything else you desire jewelry-wise – bracelets, earrings, necklaces, belt buckles etc. – your desires can be fulfilled.

Thank you gifts are also available for donations of $10. Pass your info to my chairwoman at Zulushadeneverfades@gmail.com. You can also donate and order via ChipIn on Freezulu.org or directly via PayPal.

As many of you are aware, all of my pro-se litigation over the years has been met with a one-word decision, “Denied,” never giving me a legal reason or an arguable appeal. That is because I never before now had representation to argue before the court the points of law that pertain to my case.

I am not saying that legal representation will guarantee me my physical freedom, but what it does is give me a bat to swing in this judicial stick fight and a reasonable chance at proving my innocence. I am asking for your help and support in the most important fight of my adult life.

I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you in advance for your donation, support and kindness.

On this huge stationary slave ship, I remain,

Kenny Zulu Whitmore

Zulu was framed for a murder he didn’t commit and has survived over 30 years of solitary confinement on the infamous Angola plantation. Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3 calls Zulu a “true warrior, Panther, a servant of the people.” Send our brother some love and light: Kenny Zulu Whitmore, 86468, D/Hawk/CCR-4L, Louisiana State Prison, Angola, LA 70712, or contact him through his supporters at Freezulu.org, Twitter.com/Zulushade and Facebook.com/zulushadeneverfades. Donations can also be sent directly to Zulu at his mailing address.