Category Archives: Interviews

The Use of Acupuncture by Revolutionaries: An Interview with Brother Tyehimba

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): An Interview with Brother Tyehimba for WHBK Radio Announcer: But, it seems like … Continue reading

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On Black Culture: An Interview with Daniel Burton Rose (1997)

Interview with Dr. Mutulu Shakur, 10.24.97 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 Anticapitalist Underground … 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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Tupac’s Legacy: Segment of a Video Interview

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Papa’z Reprise: An Interview with AllHipHop.com (2003)

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

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