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Rap, Revolutionary Consciousness, Youth and Struggle

May 11, 2007
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It is a reality of life and of revolution that Liberation and change will come largely from the courage and work of young people. In issue 7 of 4struggle, we printed a letter from Akili, a brother from Pelican Bay. This began an important discussion about youth, culture, political prisoners and revolution. We are continuing the discussion and reprinting Akili’s original letter. We are also running a new important analytic article by Akili, as well as more debate on all this. We continue to welcome more feedback on everything said so far. While this began and continues with a focus on hip hop, we would like to invite reggae, punk, reggaton and other music sets to contribute to this discussion also.

COMMUNICATE TO EDUCATE – EDUCATE TO LIBERATE!

Jaan Laaman, editor

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