Black People : Fred Hampton interview...

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    The Murder of Fred Hampton

     
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    great look back at Fred's life
     
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    To put this thing in historical context.. these young soldiers stood up
    after everyone that had anything to do with human rights for African's in
    America was murdered.. after.. including the president of the united states..
    do you understand what kind of courage.. what kind of passion it takes to
    stand up in an even stronger, more radical posture and tell your people to
    fight.. to not be afraid.. to not submit... ? That is true courage.. and before
    anybody gives me that "he died for us" nonsense, let me tell you something:
    he didn't die for us.. he was murdered by white racist cops and government
    officials for the sake of protecting white privilege in the United States.

    said another way: He was murdered for white folks by white folks to
    preserve their way of life.. a way of life that depended on the oppression
    of African people. Not a Martyr, A murder victim. The difference between
    the two is that the first puts the focus on the person and his heroism..
    while the second puts the focus on the murderers.

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