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Hip Hop, Revolution and Youth

February 10, 2008
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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 the last 3 issues of 4struggle we’ve been having an ongoing debate about youth, culture, political prisoners, prisoners of consciousness, and revolution. A lot of thoughtful and insightful discussion has gone on so far. In this issue we continue the debate, including words on Tupac, written by his father, Dr. Mutulu Shakur, who is a political prisoner in Atlanta Penitentiary.

We encourage and welcome more feedback on everything said so far. While this began and continues with a focus on hip hop, we invite reggae, punk, reggaton and other music sets to contribute also.

COMMUNICATE TO EDUCATE — EDUCATE TO LIBERATE Jaan Laaman, editor

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