Kevin Cooper explores the music that was created seemingly for the purpose of helping Black America’s historic struggle find a language of its own and shares some of his all-time favorites.
It’s long since time to end this legacy of slavery and racism which insures some votes are worth far more than others.
For weeks, prisoners at San Quentin have been sick and dying as the epidemic spread rapidly in the crowded, stacked cells. Then the author fell ill, too.
We African Americans have often been told that times have changed. We are tired of pretending.
In the history of racist violence against Blacks, something remained the same in those oppressors, across time and place.
To a large degree, DNA testing has proven that this criminal justice system is not as just as it claims to be. Throughout the history of this country, black people know this truth from experience.
The coronavirus pandemic that has spread across this world has made the experience of having to live on lockdown against one’s will a reality for all people who certainly never expected this.
A letter from Kevin Cooper to Death Penalty Focus.
By Kevin Cooper in 2015 Still Relevant today (December 2019) (Original recording can be found here: https://www.prisonradio.org/media/audio/kevin-cooper/real-justice-not-cowboy-justice-rodney-reed-255-kevin-cooper) Mr. Rodney Reed who is an innocent African American man on death row in the state of Texas is in the fight of his life, for his life. He and his family are doing …