CULTURE

Hungry in America

Hungry in America

Ojore Lutalo was incarcerated for 28 years in New Jersey state prisons for activities related to his involvement with the Black Liberation Army, a black nationalist movement prominent in the 1970s. He spent 22 of those years in solitary confinement. Throughout his confinement, Mr. Lutalo maintained his convictions and anarchist ideology, and remains a political revolutionary and educator to this day. His story is remarkable and at times strains belief. It is presented here entirely in his own words, edited only for length and clarity.

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