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Assata: An Autobiography | Review and Quotes

Alexandra Valiente

Invent the Future

The following book review first appeared in the Morning Star on 1 September, 2014. It is followed by a selection of important quotes from the book. 5,705 more words

Humanity Awakening

5 Books That Changed My Life

  1. Peace from Broken Pieces by Iyanla Vanzant

First inhaled back in 2013, this book literally helped me put all of the pieces of my puzzle together. 900 more words

Media Matters

Assata Shakur: the world’s most dangerous woman?

Estelle Cooch reports on a lively launch of Assata Shakur’s autobiography at the recently opened Black Cultural Archives in Brixton

It may be forty years since Assata Shakur, still the FBI’s most wanted woman, went on the run and sought asylum in Cuba, but the debates and controversy that surrounds her arrest doesn’t look to be going away anytime soon. 3,174 more words


Skipp Coon- Assata Taught Me

The big homie Skipp Coon comes through with that real revolutionary music with his latest single “Assata Taught Me”. The simple hand clap and chain rattling beat perfectly accompanies the powerful bars being dropped by Skipp. 38 more words

Hip Hop

Book Review: Assata. The Autobiography of Assata Shakur

I am adding this book to my list of favorites.  this is a book that all young black revolutionaries should read, especially black women.  the life of assata shakur is inspirational and awakening.   427 more words

Black Liberation