Thursday, April 7, 2011

Robert H. King on the Angola 3 and His Autobiography, "From the Bottom of the Heap"

Freedom is a Constant Struggle TV show, November 28, 2008.

Our guest, Robert Hillary King, (aka Robert King Wilkerson), one of the "Angola Three" (members of a prison chapter of the Black Panther Party), along with Albert Woodfox and Herman Wallace, was serving a life sentence at Angola State Penitentiary. In February 2001, after 31 years of imprisonment and 29 continuous years of solitary confinement, King walked out of the gates of Angola a free man. King continues to struggle for the release of his comrades and all political prisoners. He has also written a book, From the Bottom of the Heap: The Autobiography of Black Panther Robert Hillary King, with an introduction by Terry Kupers, M.D., M.S.P. (PM Press).

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(This show begins with commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal)

RELATED ARTICLE: The Case of the Angola 3 --A review of the new film “In The Land of the Free...” (Nov. 22, 2010)

Pierre Labossiere on Haitian Disasters & Ramshackle Infrastructure

Freedom is a Constant Struggle TV show, November 21, 2008.

Pierre Labossiere, a Haitian national, co-founder of the Haiti Action Committee, has been a long-time social-justice activist and advocate for the Lavalas Party of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, currently exiled in South Africa. Pierre has also been active in the campaigns to free political prisoners in Haiti and the U.S.

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(This show begins with commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal)

RELATED EPISODES: Pierre Labossiere: Revolutionary Haitian History (Oct. 12, 2007), Pierre Labossiere: The Kidnap & Exile of President Aristide (March 14, 2008), Pierre Labossiere on Haiti's 2008 Hurricanes (Sept. 19, 2008), Pierre Labossiere: Haiti's Heroic History (Aug. 14, 2009), Emiliano Echeverria & Pierre Labossiere: Coups in Honduras and Haiti (Oct. 23, 2009), Pierre Labossiere on the Disastrous Response to Haiti's Earthquake (July 23, 2010)