No strife! Our oppressors are watching and waiting

by Mwalimu S. Shakur, aka Terrance E. White

“Peace in Our Hoods” – Art: Roger “Rab” Moore, G-02296, HDSP D3-121, P.O. Box 3030, Susanville CA 96127
“Peace in Our Hoods” – Art: Roger “Rab” Moore, G-02296, HDSP D3-121, P.O. Box 3030, Susanville CA 96127

At this stage in the game, you would think the New Afrikan community would realize that we don’t have time for strife within the tribes. Differences have to be settled if we are going to accomplish our positive objectives of being released from these concrete tombs, as well as obtaining back everything we’ve lost in the past that our oppressors have taken.

We’ve issued the statement to end all hostilities amongst all racial groups and hope that quarrels can be settled diplomatically instead of violently.

Here at Corcoran State Prison, there was a melee between two different Afrikan tribes on the 3A Yard. We heard a couple were shot, which is never a good thing, and we can only hope the wounds were not fatal.

We’ve issued the statement to end all hostilities amongst all racial groups and hope that quarrels can be settled diplomatically instead of violently.

We must realize that our oppressors are watching and waiting for any opportunity to try and stop releasing us back into the general population, because some IGI will be most likely out of a job if there’s no one to house in the SHU. We cannot afford to give them what they want when we’ve worked so hard collectively moving forward with a positive goal in mind.

We cannot afford to give them what they want when we’ve worked so hard collectively moving forward with a positive goal in mind.

Let’s stay strong!

Send our brother some love and light: Terrance E. White, AG-8738, CSP Cor SHU 4B-1L-47, P.O. Box 3481, Corcoran CA 93212.