Assata Shakur talking about her childhood in the 50’s and 60’s. 
Does this sound familiar?
You can not tell me the past hasn’t shaped our present going all the way back to slavery
There are so many things in her book that blow my mind because so much hasn’t changed, but its our job to change it for our generation and future generations.

Assata Shakur talking about her childhood in the 50’s and 60’s.

Does this sound familiar?

You can not tell me the past hasn’t shaped our present going all the way back to slavery

There are so many things in her book that blow my mind because so much hasn’t changed, but its our job to change it for our generation and future generations.

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