The Much Publicized Grand Opening Today Of This Museum Should Be Considered A Disrespectful Insult To All Black/New Afrikan & So Called African American People Inside The United States in general and the dozens of Black/New Afrikan Freedom Fighters Who Still Remain Unjustly Captured For Over 40 Years Inside Of The U.S. Prison Industrial Complex.
Where is the Permanent & “On Going” Human Rights Exhibit On U.S. Government Held Black Political Prisoners & POW’s and/or The Historically Related Murder, Torture, Imprisonment, Solitary Confinement, Forced Exile and Racist Political Frameup’s of Black Freedom Fighters from Marcus Garvey to Paul Roberson to Robert Williams to Malcolm X to Assata Shakur & The Many Hundreds of Thousands of Members of the Black Liberation/New Afrikan Independence Movements Of The 60’s, 70’s & 80’s. Let This Be An Initial Call For The People To Contact the Museum’s Board of Directors & Demand That They Immediately Correct This Revisionist Omission Of Our Black Freedom Struggle or Ironically Risk The Reality Of A Human Rights Campaign Rally & March In Atlanta. All Power To The People – Free All Black/NewAfrikan Political Prisoners/POW’S! Sadiki “Bro. Shep” Ojore Olugbala, Program Coordinator The Safiya Bukhari – Albert Nuh Foundation and The NYC Peoples Survival Program (PSP)