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The Fidel Castro That Black People Know – MUST READ ARTICLE

AFRICANGLOBE - This is a must read for those unfortunate souls who believe the media lies about Fidel Castro. Many people are unaware of the link between the Italian mafia and the Cubans in Miami who used to control the island's economy and why they are so bitter. This is a very informative article that tells you what Cuba was like before the Cuban Revolution and the connection between Castro and Black America. Read, enjoy and share.

Why Cuba Will Never Send Assata Shakur Back To America

AFRICANGLOBE - In May 2013, on the 40th anniversary of her arrest, Assata Shakur was suddenly and inexplicably named to the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists list, with an award of up to $2 million for her capture. She was the first woman ever put on that list, but she gained that notorious promotion at a time when she was doing little that could be conceived of as criminal.

Cuba Says It Has A Right To Grant Asylum To U.S....

AFRICANGLOBE - Cuba said Monday that it has a right to grant asylum to U.S. fugitives, the clearest sign yet that the communist government has no intention of extraditing Assata Shakur, America’s most-wanted woman despite the warming of bilateral ties.

Extradition Of Assata Shakur From Cuba Unlikely Despite Restored Ties

AFRICANGLOBE - Soon after President Barack Obama announced the restoration of diplomatic ties with Havana on Wednesday, Cuba watchers began to raise questions over potential extradition orders U.S. exiles in Cuba, specifically regarding rights activist Assata Shakur — who has been living on the island for decades.

Assata Shakur: Feds’ Bogus Threat of Terrorism to Hunt Down Black...

AFRICANGLOBE - Assata Shakur belonged to one of the most important movements for democracy and racial justice in the 20th century, and for many people who dream of a better world, she is the apogee of hope. For the US government, though, she is the one who got away.

Assata Shakur Is A Freedom Fighter, Not A Terrorist

AFRICANGLOBE - Assata Shakur ain’t coming back to the plantation and we should do everything possible to ensure that she doesn’t. For if Malcolm X was, in the words of the late Ossie Davis, “our Black Prince, a shining example of Manhood,” then Assata Shakur is our “Black Queen, a shining example of Black Womanhood.”

Assata Shakur Was Convicted of Murder. Is She a Terrorist?

AFRICANGLOBE - Assata Shakur’s 1977 conviction and later escape from prison have made her an icon of Black power enthusiasts. Last week, it also made her the first woman ever to be named to the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list. It is the decision to add Shakur, 65, to the list of terrorists that has reopened old debates about radicalism and America's racial politics

Why Feminists Should Care About the FBI’s Hunt for Assata Shakur

AFRICANGLOBE - Assata Shakur’s prosecution in 1973 did not happen in a vacuum. Since 1967, the FBI was both secretly and overtly working to “neutralize” what they considered “Black nationalist hate groups” like the Black Panthers. Shakur’s case was one of many where Black activists were investigated, pilloried in the media, and prosecuted on false evidence.

Joke: FBI Place Assata Shakur On List of Most Wanted Terrorists

AFRICANGLOBE - The reward for the capture and return of Assata Shakur a member of the Black Liberation Army convicted of murdering a New Jersey state trooper was doubled to $2 million on May 2, the 40th anniversary of the bloody gun battle.