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Summer 2017 Legal Update

Your support is meaningful; it provides valuable insight into the ever evolving world and culture outside these penitentiary walls. I find inspiration in your expressions of compassion, dedication and curiosity. I continue to dedicate myself to the principles of Truth … Continue reading

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Fight for the Legacy (July 2014)

A commentary on Holler If Ya Hear Me, the Tupac-inspired musical directed by Kenny Leon and starring Saul Williams. In these times, we must demand something from the culture. Over the years, the mainstream culture has forced the pop culture … Continue reading

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Culture is a Weapon – March 16 & 17, 2012

The Tupac Shakur & Gil Scott Heron Legacy Continues…. A (2) Day – All Day “True Skool Revolutionary Conscious Minded Spoken Word & Hip Hop Benefit” For U.S. Government Held Political Prisoners Of War; Dr. Mutulu Shakur, Sekou Odinga & … 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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Tupac’s Legacy: Segment of a Video Interview

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Thug Life Army Interview (June 2006)

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

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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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“Thug Angel” DVD Interview – Dr. Mutulu Shakur speaks about his son Tupac (2002)

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

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The FBI and My Son, Tupac (August 2000)

from BLU (www.blumag.com) August 2000 Cultural expression is the first stage of a People’s Resistance. Culture speaks to the very base of the people’s awareness, and awareness creates a collaboration against aggression and oppression. At this point in history, the … Continue reading

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Statement for the Tupac Amaru Shakur One Nation Conference

The Tupac Amaru Shakur One Nation Conference, intended to be the first edition of an annual seminar about Tupac’s effect on society, will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 4 at McClymonds High School in West Oakland. … Continue reading

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