Dhoruba Bin Wahad, Revolutionary Pan-Africanist – co-author of the book Still Black, Still Strong: Survivors of the War Against Black Revolutionaries – is one of the most important witnesses of the Black Power movement. Since the 1970s, he has succeeded in building and maintaining a committed and powerful network of international solidarity between numerous anti-colonialist and anti-racist movements, including their members incarcerated in prisons around the world. Based on his experience, Bin Wahad’s political engagement and writing addresses the fundamental and daily links between capitalist exploitation and racism in its various forms while creating concrete alternatives to build new social structures. These take shape in the framework of the Institute for Pan-African Policy Development, which he founded in Ghana, as well as his numerous articles and essays. His sharp analysis refers to his experiences and personal decisions as a member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army, a political prisoner in the United States for 19 years, and a target of the counter-revolutionary program known as COINTELPRO. He offers historical analysis in areas of political conflict, and gives applied advice always with the aim of continuing and updating the fight for real freedom.
This collection of writings from our dear brother, offers a lucid analysis of what is to be done if we truly want to ensure that the beautyful ones are born!