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Bonus! Excerpts From:
We Want Freedom
A Life in the Black Panther Party

Forthcoming April 2004
southendpress.org

Mumia's Intro:
mp3, 1.55 MBs, 1:48
A Woman's Party:
Short Version: mp3, 3,97 MBs, 4:43
Long Version: mp3, 6.55 MBs, 7:58
Patriot Act:
mp3, 2.02 MBs, 2:28
A Panther's Live:
mp3, 4.70 MBs, 5:44
Phildelphia Modernity:
mp3, 5.71 MBs, 7.05
The Snitch Game:
mp3, 2.57 MBs, 3:08
Roots of Black Resistance:
mp3, 1.86 MBs, 2:16
 

Journalist and political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal provides a compelling insider's account of one of America's most renown radical organizations, the Black Panther Party. Abu-Jamal helped found the Panther's Philadelphia branch and wrote for the Party's national newspaper. Through the Party, Abu-Jamal began his life-long work of building a movement to expose the violence of the state and end entrenched poverty, endemic racism, and police brutality. In We Want Freedom, Abu-Jamal's uniquely powerful, even poetic, voice makes his Black Panther days come alive. With an unsparing critical gaze, he situates the organization within its historical context, a context that included both great revolutionary fervor and great repression.

by Mumia Abu-Jamal
Introduction by Kathleen Cleaver

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264 pages 2004
0-89608-718-2 $18.00 paper
0-89608-719-0 $40.00 cloth

For additional information and to order this book visit:
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Text © copyright 2004 by Mumia Abu-Jamal.
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Reprinted by permission of the author.