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Can we get serious about our struggle!

The recent attack on Dhoruba Bin Wahad suggests that the Black Liberation Movement must always be seeking ways to deal with principled disagreements. Brother Dhoruba is one of our most celebrated political prisoners–a Black Panther who spent nearly 20 years in U.S. captivity. We didn’t work for his freedom to have him subjected to this level of disrespect.

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