The 5th issue of ProudFlesh Journal, Prisoners & Captives: Letters from Mumia Abu-Jamal Interviews of Dhoruba bin Wahad & Chariman Fred Hampton, Jr is published.

Articles in Issue 5

Editorial: Prisoners and Captives
Greg Thomas, Syracuse University, NY, USA

Black Prison Writing
Mumia Abu-Jamal, State Correctional Facility at Greene, Waynesburg, PA, USA

41 Steps for Amadou Diallo
Monifa Love Asante, Writer, MD, USA

Claudia Jones’s Prison Blues
Carole Boyce Davies, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA

Four Walls
Native Alien, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY, USA

HOW
Racquel Simone, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY, USA

American Mythology/Incarcerated Minds: An Art Exhibit
Peter Rodrigo, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA

A Visit in the Midst of Black August (2006): Bahia, Brazil
Nicole Edwards, Howard University, Washington DC, USA

“Ventriloquist,” “Perfect Woman” & “The Caged Bird”
Jessica Alarcón, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA

Conceptual Exorcism and the Idea of Rehabilitation
David Stein, Critical Resistance, Oakland, CA, USA

A Soldier in Boot Camp: A Response to the Sights & Sounds of Malcolm X
Emily Kabir, SUNY-Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, USA

Sean Bell, the BLA and 50-Plus Shots
Allen Frimpong, FEED NEWARK, Newark, NJ, USA

On the Occasion of Ghana’s 50th Anniversary Celebration
Dhoruba Bin Wahad, Institute for Development of Pan-African Policy, Accra, Ghana

Studying Fascism, Violence and Failure: George L. Jackson’s Blood in My Eye
Thor Ritz, Activist & Organizer, Cobleskill, NY, USA

The Revolution Will Be Urbanized: George L. Jackson’s Blood in My Eye
El Hadji Moustapha Diop, Univesity of Liège, Belgium

‘A Blade in the Throat of’ the FBI: George L. Jackson’s Blood in My Eye
Greg Thomas, Syracuse Univesity, Syracuse, NY, USA

PROUD FLESH Inter/Views: Fred Hampton, Jr.
Greg Thomas, Syracuse University, NY, USA

PROUD FLESH Inter/Views: Dhoruba Bin Wahad
Greg Thomas, Syracuse University, NY, USA


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