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Chairman Fred Jr RFT 360 Part 2

Part 2.

Race for the Times sits down with Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. Being born under the gun, the son of assassinated Black Panther Deputy Chairman Fred Hampton Sr. and Comrade Mother Akua Njeri – is the founder of the Prisoners Of Conscience Committee. Chairman Fred Jr. is an active community organizer and is currently President and Chairman of the Prisoners of Conscience Committee (POCC/BPPC). His work with the POCC, Black Panther Party Cubs; has spanned far and wide, from the streets of Chicago, to Oakland to Ferguson.

Chairman Fred Jr RFT 360

Race for the Times sits down with Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. Being born under the gun, the son of assassinated Black Panther Deputy Chairman Fred Hampton Sr. and Comrade Mother Akua Njeri – is the founder of the Prisoners Of Conscience Committee. Chairman Fred Jr. is an active community organizer and is currently President and Chairman of the Prisoners of Conscience Committee (POCC/BPPC). His work with the POCC, Black Panther Party Cubs; has spanned far and wide, from the streets of Chicago, to Oakland to Ferguson. 

Dhoruba On Fiyah!

Dhoruba Bin Wahad, writer, former Black Panther, former Political Prisoner and Co-Founder of the BLA (Black Liberation Army). In May 1971, 2 separate shootings of NY Police Officers occurred. Dhoruba was picked up and charged with participating. The result was 3 trials, 1 hung jury, 1 mistrial and finally a guilty verdict; he was sentenced to 25 years to life. Dhoruba served 19 years in prison. In 1975 after the revelation of COINTELPRO, (covert FBI operation that set up and killed many Black Liberation freedom fighters) Dhoruba sued the FBI and the NYPD.

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