Continuing the tradition of fixing my goofs here: I meant to say that Mumia Abu-Jamal was “the first
Black radical blogger.” And by the way, was/is an African-American newspaper. The Daily Challenge
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As I continue to try to write and think, a very obvious thought needs to be said to differentiate 20th- and 21st-century activism: that you judge someone in struggle not by their friends and critics, but by their enemies.
Enjoyed watching Eddie Conway’s interviews and comment
on “Democracy Now!” this morning!
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