Political Prisoner Radio: Reflections on the Black Panthers 48 years later with Cleo Silver

Cleo Silver will join us against tonight as we wrap up the month of October which in 2014 marked 48 years since the Black Panther Party was founded in 1966. Cleo Silver is a former member of the Black Panther Party, The Young Lords Party, The Black Workers Congress and has worked on a number of campaigns to free political prisoners in the United States. We will also discuss the role of women in the movement for freedom from oppression.

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed the repressive anti-free speech legislation deemed the “Muzzle Mumia Law“. A number of groups are opposing the new law in court.

Freeman Brothers have joined the ancestors.

FREEMAN BROTHERS SERVICES: Funds are needed to take care of all expenses to properly send off our beloved Roland & Ronald Freeman of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party. Because these two untimely passing’s took place while they were in New York opposed to their respective home states in California, much is required to get their remains and possessions home along with the proper services held. – Freeman Family


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