- Category: Race & Liberation
- Created on Thursday, 23 August 2012 19:55
- Written by Mike Ely
These are the last days of Black August 2012…. remembering George today and forever.
Forty one years later, I can still taste my own tears on the moment we heard the terrible news. I remember our meetings where we asked each other how we could fill his place.
Gina climbed on a table in the factory, stopped the line, and explained to fellow workers the bitter assassination of George that had gone down in prison. In darkness across our city (and many cities) people worked to spread the word — with posters, spray-painting….. And more. There was more.
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