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This offers the lifestyles tale of African American innovative Shakur, formerly referred to as JoAnne Chesimard.

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They call us murderers, but we did not murder and wound over thirty unarmed Black students at Jackson State-or Southern State, either. , Emmett Till, Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, George Jackson, Nat Turner, James Chaney, and countless others. We did not murder, by shooting in the back, sixteen-year-old Rita Lloyd, eleven-year-old Rickie Bodden, or ten-year-old Clifford Glover. They call us mur- derers, but we do not control or enforce a system of racism and oppression that systematically murders Black and Third World peo­ ple.

Her expression was smug. The whole class broke out laughing. I wanted to go somewhere and hide. After that, it seemed that every time i men­ tioned something i learned down South she got mad. She never saw my raised hand. " Every holiday a class was assigned to put on a play. There were plays for Columbus Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas. Our class had George Washington's birthday, and our play was about his cutting down this cherry tree when he was a little boy. I was selected to be in the play.

And she rushed off to find out why no one had informed her. The lights were turned off every night at ten. I was lucky because there was a night switch that i controlled in the bathroom adjacent to my cell. I would move the cot so that i was in as much light as possible and i would read way into the night. When i tired of reading, i'd turn off the light and look out the window. Outside, police patrolled the area. A lot of times there were two police on foot who seemed to be standing around near the parking lot.

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