Black Panther Fred Hampton’s state-sponsored assassination on December 4, 1969, marked the beginning of a reactionary counter-revolution that has seen not just the rise of corporatism and militarism and right-wing ideology, but the cultivation of a sell-out black leadership.
Deindustrialization, joblessness, drugs infiltrating communities, America’s enemies — a lot has changed since a former Black Panther Party member was imprisoned in 1970. But now he’s out and has some ideas on how to change things for the better.
From left to right: Attorney Robert Boyle, Marshall “Eddie” Conway, Attorney Phillip Dontes BALTIMORE --- Marshall “Eddie” Conway, 68, is a human rights activist, who spent 44 years in prison for killing a police officer -- a crime he says he didn’t commit -- until he was released last March. On April