It was 50 years ago that Chicago cops executed Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton as he slept, firing over 90 shots into his apartment for the crimes of feeding hungry kids, opening medical clinics, forming a Rainbow Coalition and championing black self-determination. Targeted by the FBI as a danger who could "electrify the masses," Hampton vowed to fight racism with solidarity, capitalism with socialism, and "fire with water." He was 21 when he died. His legacy, and struggle, goes on.
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