August 14, 2022


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Albert Woodfox Dies of COVID; Loved Ones Remember the Life & Legacy of Famed Political Prisoner

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We speak with Michael Mable about the life and legacy of his brother, Black Panther activist and political prisoner Albert Woodfox. Woodfox spent nearly 44 years in solitary confinement at the Louisiana State Penitentiary after he was wrongly convicted of murdering a prison guard. Woodfox’s conviction was overturned for the third time in 2013, and he was eventually released in 2016. "His legacy was based upon change," says Mable. "He was a free man, and he’s free now." We also speak with his fellow "Angola 3" member Robert King and Woodfox’s longtime attorney Carine Williams. "He understood his reasoning for existing," says King on Woodfox’s legacy. "He won’t be forgotten."

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