We on the inside of the razor wire fence

Watu, Ajamu

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We on the inside of the razor wire slave plantation have come to the realization that in order for us to survive as a people, nation & class, we will need to collectively build programs that will ensure our longevity. One of which is our "Building Bridges through Books" program, where we promote critical thinking skills, and read with a sense of purpose, on the objective being to build the bridges that separate us from the community. This is a project that will transcend the prison walls, and is an educational forum that combines reading, writing, discussion, self-reflection and action. We educate to liberate, and are guided by our educational principle of "Each one, Teach one." Other projects & programs we've designed allows us to transform scientifically our cultural values, practices and relationships, and prepare conditions for a revolution against the oppressor state; by providing the rational dynamic or calculation within the developing state of a national liberation or socio-economic revolution, as well as uprooting and destroying the old oppressive mindset of colonial society. Within this new generation we realize our challenges and it will be up to us to combat these challenges where we can recreate a better world where prison an crime is obsolete. The more people become aware of there conditions and how there caused by the capitalist system that exploites our 99% class that competes within and against one another for upward mobility in order to maintain the wage slave system, we can eliminate it's practices by creating our own scientific socialist system and everyone will prosper, In struggle Until all oppressed are free... Ajamu Watu Ajamu Watu

Author: Watu, Ajamu

Author Location: California

Date: April 11, 2018

Genre: Essay

Extent: 2 pages

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