Rest in UHURU, Bro. Sekou
Condolences to Our Afrikan Family
A Lutá Continuà
We Forward EVER✊
Our dear brother and Black Panther comrade, Sekou Kambui (sn William Turk) made his transition last night. The struggle for freedom defined him in so many ways. After 47 years as a political prisoner in Alabama prisons, and his release in 2012, he can now rest in peace. Farewell my dear friend.
– Audri Scott Williams
Sekou Kambui – Life After 47 Years as a Political Prisoner
July 24, 2016
Denver, CO – It has been two years since Sekou Kambui was released from the Alabama prison system after spending 47 years of his life incarcerated. He and fellow Human Rights activist Audri Scott Williams spoke in Denver on Thursday, July 14th, 2016 at an event hosted by Denver Anarchist Black Cross about his life after prison and their current collective work.
During his teenage years in the 1960s, Sekou participated in the Civil Rights movement through mobilizing…
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