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Long Live The Dragon



Each month GJU presents an opportunity for our community to participate in New Afrikan studies through our book draw. Enter for your chance to win the book of the month by submitting your answer to a question pertaining to the book, author, or subject. Join us in the revolution of our minds. Long Live The Dragon!

For your chance to win...List three accomplishments of National Alliance for Radical Prison Reform, co-founded by Elaine Brown.

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About Elaine Brown

"Throughout the last four decades, Elaine has been committed to and organized significant efforts toward effecting progressive change in the United States. In addition to Black Panther Party leadership, which included editing the Party’s news organ, running for public office in Oakland (1973 and 1975), and leading the Party (1974-1977) as its Chairman, since that time Elaine has actively worked for such social change through to today. Much of her recent work has been focused on radical reform of the criminal justice system and related efforts. In this regard, Elaine has authored and edited books about the plight of prisoners and the injustices in the criminal justice and prison systems, published numerous articles and newsletters in support of prison reform, and lectured widely at colleges and universities on the question. Elaine is quoted as a reliable source and expert on the criminal justice system and considered a noted advocate for its radical reform."


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