Prisoners Of Conscience Committee

Prisoners Of Conscience Committee
The Prisoners of Conscience Committee Founded by Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr. during the nine years he spent in prison in the 1990's.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. Interview


 More Info: James Smith Phone: 773-256-9451


 (Chicago, Illinois) –December 4, 2013 --The annual International Revolutionary Day (IRD) commemorating the life of Chairman Fred Hampton, Illinois Chapter Black Panther Party will begin at 12:00 noon(2337 Monroe), with filming a reenactment of the historical Panther led people's procession when people convened from all the world December 4, 1969 to see for themselves what really happened at the "Massacre on Monroe". On this date 44 years ago, two Black Panther Party leaders were assassinated by the U.S. government and the Chicago Police Department. The Massacre on Monroe left in its aftermath, the assassination of twenty - one year old Chairman Fred Hampton, and twenty-two year old Defense Captain Mark Clark. As it was in life, it remains in legacy; the attack on the struggle for self-determination was deemed the number one threat to the internal security of the country by former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. How was the Black Panther Party the number one threat to the internal security of the country? By providing first Free Breakfast programs nationwide? By providing Free Medical clinics? By providing information to better the communities of poor people nationwide? A press conference will be held at 2337 Monroe Street @ 12:00 noon.

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