Sekou Mgobozi Abdullah Odinga is a prisoner of a war that started more than 400 years ago and that rages even today. Among the colonized, there are those who don’t accept the colonized force. As part of its efforts to crush this movement, the United States has mislabeled Sekou as an outlaw, saddling him with a lifetime sentence for crimes that he did not commit.
Free Sekou Odinga
"I am a Political Prisoner of War! What war? The war of national Liberation that has been going since Afrikans were first kidnapped and brought to the Americas and enslaved. Some of us have never agreed to be American and have struggled to free and build the Republic of New Afrika. Under international law, oppressed people have that right, the right to be free of the oppression and to build a nation that will protect their right to be free and independent. That's what we were doing...That's why I'm now a Political Prisoner of War." Sekou Odinga
Clinton CF, PO Box 2001,
Dannemora, NY 12929