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Sep 9, 2006
Hasan Shakur: Presente September 7, 2006 On June 28, the state of Texas killed Hasan Shakur. Since executions resumed in the U.S. following a very brief hiatus in the 1970s, thousands of men and woman have been exiled to death row, hundreds executed, and the largest number killed in George Bush's home ground of Texas. Mumia speaks of Hasan, of his death, of his life, and reads Hasan's last poem.
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