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Shakur is wanted by the FBI and there is a 2 million dollar reward for her apprehension. After she ran away from home several times, her aunt, who would later act as one of her lawyers, took her in. After graduation, she began using the name Assata Shakur, and briefly joined the Black Panther Party. She then joined the BLA, a loosely knit offshoot of the Black Panthers, which was designed to provide social uplift, rebel against social injustices, and serve as a defense mechanism against the ongoing brutality from police organizations. Between and , she was charged with several crimes and was the subject of a multi-state manhunt.
The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders
This article intends to study the resonance of fear in the representation of the Black Panthers from to today. Based on a great variety of documents reports from federal commissions, newspaper articles, scholarly papers and cultural productions , this study will start with a brief survey of the trajectory of the Panthers in the media. The focus will then concern the possible underlying causes behind the irrational fear of the Panthers. Finally, recent academic and cultural productions will be assessed to reveal how fear is still articulated or made to work in relation to the Black Panther Party. The author wishes to thank Deborah Steinberg and David Kessler for proofreading. The Panthers represented a unique political synthesis derived from a broad range of roots and influences, spanning the spectrum from black nationalism and community control and self-defense, to Third World international Communism.
In this work, preeminent researcher on the topic, John Potash, puts forward his own theories of the events leading up to and following the murder in this meticulously researched and exhaustive account of the story. Never before has there been such a detailed and shocking analysis of the untimely death of one of the greatest musicians of the modern era. Based on twelve years of research and including extensive footnotes, sources include over interviews, FOIA-released CIA and FBI documents, court transcripts, and mainstream media outlets. Beginning with the birth of the Civil Rights Movement in America, Potash illustrates the ways in which the FBI and the United States government conspired to take down and dismantle the various burgeoning activist and revolutionary groups forming at the time. From Martin Luther King Jr. Buckle in for this winding, shocking, and unbelievable tale as John Potash reveals the dark underbelly of our government and their treatment of some of our most beloved black icons. You must log in to comment.
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Afeni had been in jail in New York City on bombing charges before she gave birth to her son. During that time one of his friends was shot while playing with a gun. This accident inspired Shakur to write and perform his first rap, which was about gun control. He also wrote songs that uplifted women and emphasized the importance of fatherhood.
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