Audio Video Web Conferencing : Fred Hampton Jr and H Rap Brown Tonite!!!!

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  1. OldSoul

    OldSoul Permanent Black Man PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Tonite (Nov 30, 2005) Consciousness Raising Online will include a interview from prison of
    Imam Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown) conducted by Fred Hampton Jr.
    This is an historic interview and not to be missed!!!!
    Who is Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown)?
    Here's a little of his history:
    Born: 4-Oct-1943 Birthplace: Baton Rouge, LA
    Gender: Male Religion: Muslim
    Ethnicity: Black Occupation: Activist
    Nationality: United States
    Executive summary: Die, ******, Die!
    University: Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA (1964)
    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Chairman 1967
    Charged with Inciting a Riot 1967 Cambridge, MD
    Black Panther Party Minister of Justice 1968
    FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives 1971
    Charged with Robbery 1971 New York City
    Converted to Islam Attica Prison
    Assault with a Deadly Weapon 1995 Atlanta, GA (charges dropped)
    Murder 2000 Atlanta, GA, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Author of books:
    Die ****** Die! (1969, Dial Press nonfiction)
    Revolution: By The Book (1993, as Jamil al-Amin, nonfiction)
    Known for saying: "I say violence is necessary. It is as American as cherry pie."
    Join us in Chat 8PM ET Wed Nov 30, 2005
     
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    a few questions

    when was the interview conducted?

    has there been any resolution to anything that was said?

    are any of the things that were said still relevant today?

    what is being done, today, to address those issues?
     
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