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Sundiata Acoli (born in 1939, as Clark Edward Squire) is a former member of the Black Liberation Army . He was sentenced to life in prison in 1974, for killing a New Jersey state trooper . [

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Political Prisoners, Mass Incarceration and What's Possible for Social Movements What can social justice movements do to resist and, ultimately, topple a state that is built on mass incarceration? The author, a political prisoner, says "at this moment it seems very possible for social movements to succeed in reducing prison populations. But any reductions under the present policy would only postpone the next incarceration binge to some more cost-efficient time."