The United Freedom Front was active during the 70's and 80's and its co-founder, leader and former political prisoner Raymond Luc Levasseur speaks with us tonight. The group opposed racism and police brutality and terrorism against Black and poor communities. Mr. Levasseur once compared the New York City Police Department to the Klu Klux Klan and said there is no difference in the Klan lynching someone and a police officer putting a bullet in a Black man's head.
The UFF was also opposed to US Foreign police, particularly in Central America and targeted corporations that they saw as supporting apartheid in South Africa.
He will discuss his experiences as a political prisoner and the cases of his incarcerated comrades Tom Manning and Jaan Laaman.
Free All Political Prisoners, Free The Land!