Jan Robinson Flint, founder of Black Women for Wellness on the impact of COINTELPRO and Brother Akbar Muhammad, International Representative of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam discussed his unjust arrest and detention in Guyana, South America.
Bro. Akbar invited guests to join the letter writing campaign requesting a formal apology from the government of Guyana. For a copy of the letter and details for mailing, call (314) 600-7089.
An article fully detailing Bro. Akbar's ordeal may be found at www.finalcall.com.