Written by Minister of Information JR    Friday, 20 August 2010 00:57    PDF Print E-mail
Lil' D aka Darryl Reed

The Minister of Information JR interviewed author and former legendary Oakland hustler Lil' D aka Darryl Reed, in his first radio interview, from a federal concentration camp in Long Beach, where he is being forced to serve 7 more years to max out on a 30 year sentence. We talked about his legacy, his new book "Weight", literacy in the ghetto, and the country's racist crack cocaine laws aimed at targetting inner-city Black people. 

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+7 # 2010-10-01 19:05
this interview really moved me, and i appreciate that we can come to this site and get this kind of inspiration. like mr. reed said, we need hope in our community. our kids are lost and seeking direction and they keep mr. reed and those like him in prison cause they know that they will help to liberate our people from mental slavery. the beast is real, but no man can be as powerful as God. Free your mind and your a** will follow!
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