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Announcement :: Human Rights : Politics : Race : Social Welfare
POLITICAL PRISONER JALIL MUNTAQIM RELEASES “WE ARE OUR OWN LIBERATORS” BOOK
07 Jul 2010
A former member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army, Muntaqim is one of the world's longest held political prisoners, having been incarcerated in the United States since 1971.
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For Immediate Release
July 7, 2010

POLITICAL PRISONER & FORMER BLACK PANTHER JALIL MUNTAQIM RELEASES SECOND EDITION OF “WE ARE OUR OWN LIBERATORS” BOOK

Los Angeles: The second edition of Jalil Muntaqim’s We Are Our Own Liberators was released today by Arissa Media Group, an independent, politically focused publishing house.

A former member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army, Muntaqim is one of the world's longest held political prisoners, having been incarcerated in the United States since 1971.

This second edition of We Are Our Own Liberators consists of the prison writings of Muntaqim, which have spanned over the thirty-six years of his imprisonment. This valuable collection of writings represents some of the significant contributions Jalil has made to the Black Liberation and New Afrikan independence movements.

Muntaqim writes, "Ultimately, the U.S will eventually find itself at war with itself, as the ideology of a free democratic society will be found to be a big lie. This is especially disconcerting as greater restrictions on civil and human rights are made into law eroding First and Fourth Amendments of the U.S constitution."

304 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inch, paperback, printed on 100% recycled, post consumer waste paper. Retail: $17.95. ISBN:978-0-9742884-6-8

Arissa Media Group titles are distributed exclusively in the United States by Small Press United, a division of Independent Publishers Group.

For more information or to order review copies, please contact:

Arissa Media Group
info (at) arissamediagroup.com
(866) 476-0964
info (at) arissamediagroup.com
www.arissamediagroup.com
See also:
http://www.arissamediagroup.com

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