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Dr. Shakur participated in civil rights, Black liberation and acupuncture healthcare movements from the late 1960s to the 1980s. It was a period of civil conflict in which millions of Americans participated in social movements for justice and freedom. See full bio
The 2020 documentary film, Dope is Death, and the associated podcast elucidates Dr. Shakur's healing work and part of what led up to his legal case:
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