Kazi Toure is a former U.S. political prisoner and has been a longtime community organizer and freedom fighter against oppression. He is said to be the Black person convicted of seditious conspiracy. He served nearly ten years in prison from 1982-1991. He has served as co-chair of the National Jericho Movement and worked for Amnesty for Political Prisoners in the United States 2005-2009. He was a Co-chair of the American Friends Service Committee's Prison Program, 1997-2005.
Mr. Torue was also a A.N.C. Delegate of the South African Truth and Reconcilation Committee in 1996. He was a N.G.O. Delegate to the United Nations Conference on Racism, 2001. Currently he works as trial consultant/paralegal, Law Office of Attorney Barry P. Wilson and he continually struggles for the liberation of all oppressed people.
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