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'Rebel Without A Pause' Public Enemy

Locked up, Assata Shakur,

Fugitive. Away from Children, freedom fighter.

Undo Centuries of damage.

Cry, Black Liberation Army, former member of the.

US Security, capture. From Civil Rights Activist to FBI’s most wanted. 39 more words

Homage to Assata Shakur

“It is our duty to fight for our freedom.

It is our duty to win.

We must love each other and support each other.

We have nothing to lose but our chains” 11 more words

Sarsour ruft zu Jihad auf


Linda Sarsour, eine vehemente Aktivistin der Muslimbruderschaft in den USA, bemüht sich seit Jahren, durch öffentliche Aufrufe zu Hass aufzufallen. Diesmal übertrieb Sarsour und zog sich damit sogar den Unmut einiger ihrer Anhänger von den US-Linken zu, die sich von ihr distanzierten. 173 more words


The FBI’s most wanted woman, a former Black Panther who survived it all – Book review

Have you caught the dramatisation of Assata Shakur’s autobiography on Radio 4 this week? In a coincidence of timing the book has also made it to the top of Jo Manby’s review pile! 1,086 more words

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Women's March, Others, Celebrate Cop Killer

The Daily Caller reports that the Women’s March praised a cop killer as a “sign of resistance” on Sunday. According to their website, Women’s March mission is “to harness the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social change.” Women’s March wished Assata Shakur a happy birthday on Sunday, calling her a “revolutionary” and a “sign of resistance.” Assata Shakur, whose real name is Joanne Chesimard, has been on the FBI’s Most Wanted list for decades after escaping from a New Jersey prison in 1979, where she was serving a life sentence for murdering a police officer execution style. 74 more words

News And Politics


… back in 1995 or so, when the internet was still pretty new, Arm The Spirit started up the  ATS-L Listserve, which people could subscribe to … as we noted: “ATS-L is a listserv which carries articles and news items from Arm The Spirit and other left-radical organizations on subjects such as political prisoners, anti-fascism, the struggle against patriarchy and homophobia, national liberation struggles, armed anti-imperialist / anti-capitalist resistance and more.” Here is an interview that we put up on the listserv in June 1998 … … 3,789 more words

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Cuba Refuses To Return Assata Shakur To The U.S. Despite Trump’s Demand

Cuba = 1, Trump = 0

Cuba has responded to Donald Trump’s demands to extradite Assata Shakur by basically saying hell no to 45 in a move that will no doubt send him into a downward spiral of temper tantrums. 213 more words