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JUSTICE AND POLTICAL LITERACY ASSATA SHAKUR Assata Shakur a political and social activist who struggled for the liberation of African Americans in the US Her development as a revolutionary originated in her observation of her surroundings She became devoted to improving the justice the black community faced the removal of inequalities in African life She pursued the development and organization of revolutionary groups demanding total liberation She became actively involved in this movement while consequently becoming a victim of the governments repressive actions Assatas struggle began as a child trying to comprehend the world around her She learned greatly from her schools deriving many of her historical perspectives of the black white conflict She learned false history of the slave period in the US thinking Lincoln supported the slave liberation act when actually it was a misconception created for brainwashing The union including Lincoln fought the Civil War only in their own interests it was a war between two economic systems for control of the us by two separate factions of the ruling class Further Assata was educated as a child that the slaves hadnt fought back yet truly was hundred of black people had got together to fight for their freedom Much of Assatas revolutionary inspiration came about from her observing of her society especially her neighborhoods It came apparent to her that something was not right within the quality of housings in her city blocks Homes were usually poor in a certain city block while another was lavishing The difference became even more attention grabbing when she realized that the troubled looking neighborhoods belonged to the black while the well-adhered blocks were homes of the white This segregation troubled her deeply given the circumstances she lost much of her passion for her culture Her culture lived in poor conditions one caused mainly of their incomes It was clear that money was the true method in overcoming of white supremacy Certainly
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