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  1. Candice Harris

    Dr. Shakur my name is Candice Harris I’m a 36 yr old African American woman from Atlanta, Ga. I just wanted to tell you that I admire your strength and your passion to the movement. I love you my brother and may God continue to bless you and give you strength. Keep your head up and know that you’re NOT forgotten. May God preserve your life and your strength until the day of your release. Thank you for sharing your life story and your passion with the world. So much is going on around the world and although I don’t understand it all, I pray for wisdom, knowledge and understanding to discern and see through all of the worldy distraction that we as black people face everyday. I admired Tupac Shakur with EVERY bone in my body. His legacy and his music will live on until the end of times. I remember hearing the news of his death over the radio. I instantly became upset and started to tear up my room. I was 18 yrs old at the time and I was VERY VERY pissed off about him being killed because I knew that the FBI/government, etc had something to do with his death. I’m a firm believer of EVERYONE dog will have his/her day. So with that being said I’m just being prayerful and watchful. One Love! From Candice Harris from Atlanta, Ga I love you my black brother..YOU ARE TRULY A BREATH OF FRESH AIR! KEEP HOPE ALIVE!

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