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Free 'Em All Radio with Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. and the Lady of Rage 2021-02-17, 2021-02-17



This is the first episode recorded after the release of Judas and the Black Messiah, a movie about William O’Neal and his infiltration of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party in order to aid in the assassination fo Chairman Fred Hampton Sr. Chairman Fred and the Lady of Rage take calls from several listeners who speak about the birthday of Huey P. Newton, the murder of Tyrone West, the Texas power outages, how to establish a chapter of the Black Panther Cubs, and purging collaborationism in the Black liberation movement. Chairman and the Lady of Rage also discuss closing down the gofundme campaign to save the Hampton House because it met its fundraising goal, and the murder of Brittany Samone Smith in Wake County, NC.


  • 2021-02-17


Biographical / Historical

Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. is the son of Fred Hampton and Akua Njeri (formerly known as Deborah Johnson). Chairman Fred has been organizing for the liberation of the People for decades as the leader of the Black Panther Cubs and one of the main driving forces behind defending Fred Hampton’s childhood home, the Hampton House.

Biographical / Historical

Robin Yvette Allen, known by her stage name Lady of Rage, is a rapper and actress whose career spans decades. She has been co-hosting Free ‘Em All Radio since 2016.


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00:00:04 -- Intro music

00:04:45 -- New intro music

00:09:56 -- New intro music

00:12:52 -- Speech on the historical subjugation of Black people in the U.S. through a decolonial lens

00:23:41 -- Speech from Chairman Fred Hampton Sr.

00:29:07 -- Music

00:33:39 -- New music

00:37:38 -- New music

00:42:42 -- Host introductions

00:44:58 -- and reference; combating misinformation

00:47:21 -- First caller, Sister Tawanda Jones from Baltimore; thoughts on Judas and the Black Messiah

00:48:31 -- Frequency of Black people feeling unworthy of being targeted by the state; being surprised by police behavior

00:51:12 -- Death of Tyrone West at the hands of Baltimore police

00:57:40 -- Music

00:58:39 -- Closing remarks from Sister Tawanda

01:01:39 -- Second caller, Brother Hal in New Orleans

01:03:42 -- Father’s Day caravan to Chairman Fred Hampton Sr.’s grave in Louisiana

01:05:21 -- Oakland, CA and Huey Newton

01:06:52 -- Third caller, Cole; Texas power outages

01:10:41 -- Music

01:11:43 -- Continued remarks from Cole

01:14:45 -- Call to support Tawanda Jones’ family

01:15:00 -- Shutting down the Hampton House gofundme campaign because it reached the goal

01:16:28 -- Recap of discussion with youth on Judas and the Black Messiah

01:17:31 -- Fourth caller, Brother Byron Henry; addressing contraband merchandise depicting Chairman Fred Hampton Sr.

01:20:13 -- Fifth caller, Kevin Gates

01:24:04 -- Continued remarks from Byron Henry; inquiry on work in North Carolina

01:27:03 -- Music

01:28:41 -- Black Solidarity Week

01:29:32 -- Sixth caller, Brother Abdul from New York; thoughts on Judas and the Black Messiah

01:31:42 -- Purging collaborationism and commemorating Chairman Fred Hampton Sr.

01:32:52 -- Political prisoners and prisoners of war

01:33:34 -- Dec. 12 call for uprising; demand for federal reparations

01:37:01 -- Thoughts on 2021 attack on the Capitol; need for self-defense

01:39:20 -- Story about Chairman’s maternal grandmother

01:40:30 -- Seventh caller; continuing the work, Huey Newton

01:42:30 -- Music

01:44:14 -- Lack of women in the music industry

01:45:09 -- Music

01:46:48 -- Judas and the Black Messiah podcast

01:47:28 -- Details of the murder of Brittany Samone Smith in Wake County, NC

01:49:00 -- Contact information for Tawanda Jones

01:53:44 -- Sign off and outro music

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