A youth-focused reaction to Fred Hampton’s 1969 speech.
by Michael Dixon and Mark Epstein
Our youth today are in an extremely fragile state. There is no movement they can look to be a part of that is guiding them to a better place. Whether we are a member of a group based on ethnicity, religion, gender, or gender preference, we are vulnerable to attack. The greatest threat to oppressive power today is that people will get out of their individual identity issues and unite. This is particularly troubling since the power of a people depends on the vision and power of its youth.Continue reading OPINION | ‘Power Anywhere There’s People’