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Brother J: Heed the Word

Brother J. speaking with Rage at the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party celebration and commemoration ceremonies in Oakland CA. Brother J. discusses the importance of art, culture and the struggle for liberation.

RFT 360 Akua Njeri and Fred Hampton Jr.

Akua Njeri and Fred Hampton Jr. sits down with Race for the Times for an in depth interview and discusses the history of Black Panther Party, Chairman Fred Hampton and their experiences in the struggle.

Black Power Salute

Rage catches up with John Carlos speaking on his iconic Black Power Salute at the 68 Olympics in Mexico City. He talks about athletes role and responsibility as well as activism in today's environment.

Albert Woodfox Angola 3

The Angola 3. American Political Prisoners. ..Robert King, Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox. While incarcerated at Louisiana State Penitentiary, the men founded a prison chapter of the Black Panther Party. Working against inhumane prison conditions, the men organized prisoners, and started hunger strikes. in 1972 the men were falsely convicted of a murder of a prison guard; only to serve record times in solitary confinement. Albert spent 44 years incarcerated nearly 43 in solitary, the most of any prisoner in american history. After work to free the men, Woodfox was released in Feb 2016.

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