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We are our own liberators : selected prison writings (2009)

by Jalil Muntaqim

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Selected prison writings by the Black Panther Party/Black Liberation Army political prisoner locked down since 1971. It outlines his major theoretical contributions to the Black Liberation and New Afrikan Independence Movements. It includes - On The Black Liberation Army, For The Liberation Of North America, National Strategy For The Front For The Liberation Of the New Afrikan Nation, Handbook For Revolutionary Nationalist Cadres, The National And International Struggle Toward A New Global Revolutionary Pan-Afrikan Strategy and his 1975 sentencing statement. . The author receives a portion of the proceeds.

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