Tune in for an hour of news, information and commentary on the state of political prisoners held within the United States.
Tonight one of our family members needs help. Ameejill Whitlock is the co-host and co-producer of Political Prisoner Radio which has been on air for the past three years on the Black Talk Radio Network. She started her activism on behalf of political prisoners as a teenager and the work has continued to this date. She has also been involved in Baltimore rebellion helping to organize behind the scenes as protest rocked the city over the killing of Freddy Grey.
Ameejill’s mother whom was in poor health and Ameejill has been providing care for, recently passed away. Like many families with long-term illnesses in the family, Ameejill and her young son may be homeless in 30 days if the bank forecloses on her mother’s home. One of Ameejill’s comrades, Kevin James has set up a fundraiser which hopes of raising at least $3,000 for Ameejill and her son. Those who want to contribute can do so via the PayPal email address Kajames2@gmail.com.
Information has come to my attention that authorities knew or know that Imam Jamil Al-Amin who is widely know by his former name H Rap Brown when he was with SNCC and the Black Panther Party, is in fact ,innocent of the murder and assault on two Fulton County Georgia sheriff deputies. In fact, another man has confessed for the crime so why is it that those involved would rather frame our elder brother instead of seeking justice for the officers? Is it because of his name and past work and fear that he could become relevant in the current movement against police violence and terrorism?
Today is the birthday of former Black Panther Ed Poindexter. Ed Poindexter and Mondo We Langa together are known as the Omaha Two, victims of a COINTELPRO plot to frame them for a bombing that killed a police officer.
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