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Category Archives: Interviews
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
“Black Political Imprisonment, Here and Now!” recognizes that repression and resistance appear on the same path. Within the United States, millions of Black people are ensnared—in foster care, juvenile detention, prisons, jails, half-way houses, wearing ankle bracelets, on parole. Incarceration … Continue reading
Posted on the Assata Shakur forum NuAfrikan Queen, TX writes: I am in search of a solution to our problems. At first, I figured we needed to master the art of capital to survive in a capitalistic society. I went … Continue reading
When hip-hop culture fans of the late rap icon, Tupac Shakur (2Pac) hear the name Mutulu Shakur, they know someone is speaking of the late rapper’s father and also the father of hip-hop culture’s Mopreme Shakur, Sekyiwa Shakur, Nzingha Shakur, … Continue reading
by Greg Watkins To his supporters, activist Dr. Mutulu Shakur is a political prisoner forced into an Atlanta-based penitentiary for crimes he didn’t commit. Since his capture and arrest on February 12, 1986, he’s been vehemently fighting for his freedom … Continue reading
Tupac has always been on top of what’s happening. I mean, we spent many days and nights together when he was a little kid. The picture I showed you shows him as a little shorty. I can recall when we … Continue reading
Interview with Dr. Mutulu Shakur October 24, 1997 by Daniel Burton-Rose Daniel Burton-Rose is a graduate student in the East Asian Studies Dept at Princeton University. He is also the author of Guerilla USA: The George Jackson Brigade and the … Continue reading
On the History of the Use of Acupuncture by Revolutionary Health Workers to Treat Drug Addiction, and US Government Attacks Under the Cover of the Counter-Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO): A Telephone Interview from Lompoc Federal Prison with Tyehimba Jess of WHBK … Continue reading