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Spiritual Lessons from Revolutionary Sisters: A discussion on Black Suffering

In honor of Black History Month, this series will look at the Islamic influences in the Black Liberation Struggle in America. In this article, we will look at the Muslim husbands of three prominent black women revolutionaries: Afeni Shakur, Assata Shakur, Sister Souljah while we explore the theological concept of “The Problem of Evil”. 1,095 more words

Black Life 2

10 Black Female Icons Who Are Still Living [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

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Who run the world? These 10 black female icons, who are still living and making change. Click on the audio player to hear… 169 more words

The DL Hughley Show

[MEMOIR] She Who Struggles

By Jade Helena

This piece was inspired by Assata Shakur.

I know now that as soon as my mother gave birth to me

I was born to struggle… 1,478 more words

Memoir

Black History Month: A Salute to Assata Shakur

Assata Shakur was born in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, on July 16, 1947, where she lived for three years with her parents and grandparents, Lula and Frank Hill.  860 more words

Black Women

Why My Students and I Met With a Potentially Violent Fugitive in Cuba

Why had my students and I met in Cuba with a fugitive wanted by the FBI on 32 felony counts, the head of International Studies wanted to know. 2,863 more words

Court stops parole bid for Sundiata Acoli

Write a note of support to Sundiata Acoli:

Sundiata Acoli #39794-066 (Squire)
FCI Cumberland
Federal Correctional Institution
P.O. BOX 1000
Cumberland, MD 21501

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When Do You Break People Out of Prison?

There are few methods at our disposal to right the wrong of false imprisonment. But as many believers note, our legal system was premised on the notion that it is better for ten guilty men to go free than one innocent man be imprisoned. 1,402 more words

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