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Pam Africa Speaks from February 2013 after the March on Dover

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Before Ferguson, before #blacklivesmatter, a group of activists marched on Dover Delaware to protest possible lynchings, a confirmed cover up of an attempted lynching, and the false arrest of Dr. Jahi Issa At Delaware State University.

  Three years later, there are no less than five suspicious hanging suicides in Kent County Delaware of black men. Henry Fordham's assault has never been fully investigated, and the people who try to bring these issues to the public are persecuted. Jahi issa beat the false charges, still fighting for his back pay and still can't go to his old office to retrieve his books and other belongings.
  Pam Africa spoke eloquently at Leg Hall in Dover that Day. Here she explains her journey. Compelling audio.

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