From Chairman Fred Hampton to Mutulu Shakur the Ongoing Legacy of Resistance

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On this episode of Renegade Culture, Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr. joins us to talk about the struggle to make sure the movie “Judas and the Black Messiah” represented his father Chairman Fred Hampton and did not redeem the infiltrator William O’Neil. Also, Dr. Mutulu Shakur’s son Talib Shakur, Iras Levi and Mutulu’s former cellmate Gotti joins us to discuss Mutulu’s ongoing legacy, his health, and the story of Talib finding out only four years ago that Mutulu was his father.

Hosted by Kalonji Changa and Kamau Franklin
Produced by Naka “The Ear Dr”
Associate Producer- David “Minister Server” Tavares

*As always, parental discretion is advised…

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