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Mutulu Shakur Calls for U.S. Truth & Reconciliation Commission

  On May 31, NAACP President Ben Jealous appeared on Democracy Now! and called for a US Truth and Reconciliation Commission which Dr. Mutulu Shakur has been calling for for over 5 years. Watch the video of the interview embedded … Continue reading

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Statement on Gil Scott-Heron and Geronimo ji-Jaga

On the eve of what would have been my son Tupac’s 40th birthday, I have been encouraged to write a memorial statement on two giants of the New Afrikan Independence and Black Liberation Movement, Geronimo ji-Jaga (Pratt) and Gil Scott-Heron. … Continue reading

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Dr. Mutulu Shakur’s Son, Tupac Amaru Shakur

Mutulu’s 2Pac Book Preview – Read a preview of Dr. Shakur’s upcoming book about Tupac at: ThugLifeArmy.com Dare 2 Struggle CD – Available on Tupac’s 35th birthday, June 16th, 2006. Mutulu’s Video Mixtape – Listen to “Dare 2 Struggle” preview featuring … Continue reading

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The Politics of Drugs: A Skills for Justice Interview

THE POLITICS OF DRUGS with Mutulu Shakur Mutulu Shakur is a political prisoner and co-founder of The Black Acupuncture Advisory Association of North America. The interview was conducted by Skills for Justice, a group of anti-racist activists who deal with … Continue reading

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Proposal for a U.S. Truth & Reconciliation Commission to Gain Redress and the Unconditional Release of U.S. Held Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War

  This paper is a response to questions and concerns regarding the 2010 “Discussion Paper” of the application of a Truth and Reconciliation Tribunal that addresses the conflict between the civil rights/black liberation struggle against the U.S. COINTELPRO low intensity … Continue reading

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Towards a Truth and Reconciliation Commission For New African/Black Political Prisoners, Prisoners of War and Freedom Fighters

A Discussion Paper by Dr. Mutulu Shakur Dated: May 5th, 2010 There is a need for a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the U.S. to resolve the history of slavery, oppression, racism, segregation, lynching and the issues of political prisoners … Continue reading

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The New African Policy Initiative Lobby Proposal: Urgent Actions & Foreign Policy Objectives to Prevent Africom from Becoming a 21st Century Imperialist Tactic During the Tenure of President Barack Obama (January 2009)

The New African Policy Initiative Lobby Proposal: A Working Paper for Urgent Actions and Foreign Policy Objectives to Prevent Africom from Becoming a 21st Century Imperialist Tactic During the Tenure of U.S. President Barack Obama by Dr. Mutulu Shakur – … Continue reading

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Dr. Mutulu Shakur’s September 2007 Legal Update

Brothers and Sisters: Mutulu was transferred out of Coleman II Federal Prison in Florida on March 15, 2007: (1) to sabotage and derail a parole hearing that had been scheduled for May, and (2) to end the positive educational and … Continue reading

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Dr. Mutulu Shakur’s April 2007 Legal Update

Brothers and Sisters: After being called for a meeting with officials of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), on Thursday, March 15th, 2007, Dr. Mutulu Shakur was snatched and transferred from Federal Corrections Complex in Coleman (FCC Coleman), Florida to … Continue reading

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On the Hip-Hop Summits Inside Prison Walls (March 2007)

To Whom It May Concern: The justification of the Hip-Hop Summit took place in the context of the Cultural Diversity Class through the Educational Department in Coleman II Adult Continued Education (A.C.E.) program. The purpose of this event was to … Continue reading

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