Wednesday, February 24, 2016

50 Years Later Black Panther Political Prisoners Still Fight For Freedom

It's early on the Monday morning, post-snowmaggedon 2016, and I have an unexpected 10 minutes to spare. I know I should close my eyes, center myself for the day ahead, but instead I FaceTime Baba Sekou Odinga. I don't really have anything to say. Mostly I just pick on him, tell bad jokes, make faces, sing off-key. "Why you do that to that man," the homie Everton who has been navigating me through the storm all weekend, asks, laughing.

More:  https://www.popularresistance.org/50-years-later-black-panther-political-prisoners-still-fight-for-freedom/


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