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Tags “The Classroom and the Cell: Conversations on Black Life in America”

Tag: “The Classroom and the Cell: Conversations on Black Life in America”

Mumia on the meaning of Ferguson

For the youth, excluded from the American economy by inferior, substandard education; targeted by the malevolence of the fake drug war and mass incarceration; stopped and frisked for Walking While Black, were given front-row seats to the national security state at Ferguson after a friend was murdered by police in their streets. Ferguson may prove a wake-up call. A call for youth to build social, radical, revolutionary movements for change.

The drone wars cometh

by Mumia Abu-Jamal For millions of people, who groaned under the gross, lumbering stupidity of the Bush years, the advent of the Obama administration seemed...

Capt. Reggie Schell: Black Panther (1941-2012)

He was born Richard Reginald Schell, but most people knew him as Reggie, and those who worked with him called him “Cap” – short for Captain, the rank he held in the Philadelphia branch of the Black Panther Party. He was a patient and wise teacher and looked out for younger Panthers, including this writer.

Memories of Maroon

His name is almost legendary: Russell “Maroon” Shoatz, an affiliate of the Black Panther Party, activist and Black revolutionary.
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