Assessing Conditions: From Dhoruba bin-Wahad to Ferguson

We discussed briefly the recent incident and assault on Dhoruba bin-Wahad and then moved on to the collective “police trauma” in Ferguson and beyond as described by Dr. Marva Robinson.

Statement from Dhoruba released August 19, 2015:

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5 thoughts on “Assessing Conditions: From Dhoruba bin-Wahad to Ferguson

  1. This assault on Dhoruba bin Wahad is so outrageous…you mean to tell me that a bunch of so called revolutionaries will attack a 70 year old man saying something that they don’t agree with while they refuse to step to the police, vigilantes, and community delinquents who are actively murdering African men, women, and children. These so-called “New” Black Panther motherfuckers are cowards pure and simple. They can beat up a man who literally dedicated his life to struggle to free their asses but when the cops come knocking, all that anti-authoritarian ish disappears. Why aren’t they in Ferguson with guns like this white “Oath Keepers” militia? Too busy physically harming those true to the struggle for African liberation.

    Heavily-armed white men patrol Ferguson, ‘ready to confront authorities’:

    Armed White Men Roam Streets As Black Men Wrongly Arrested for Guns:


    1. it is a dame shame it really saddens me to here what happen to Bro Dhoruba bin Wahad a man that has bend through it all the years in jail fighting for his people The so call new black panther party you have showed us your true colors 70 years old

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