Day: August 2, 2014

Recently Released Political Prisoner Sekou Kambui is in the Hospital

On June 30th, Sekou Kambui was transferred to a halfway house in Dotham, AL, but he was recently admitted to a hospital because surgery will be needed to remove a tumor. Below is a message from freedom archives that is more of an extensive update, and it goes into ways you can continue to show Sekou Kambui support and solidarity during these times. We also have a full bio on Sekou Kambui on our prisoners page.

-Sacramento Prisoner Support




Sekou Kambui, freed after 40 years in prison at the end of June, sends his
Thanks, Love, and Appreciation to all his supporters. Unfortunately, he is
currently in the hospital. A tumor was found that was partially
obstructing his intestines and digestive process. He is undergoing further
tests. Sekou will have surgery to remove the tumor next week. He says that
he's being treated well in the hospital, and looks forward to full
recovery and a return to A-1 health.

A reminder - we raised close to $1000 for Sekou when he got out recently.
You can still contribute. Make your checks out to William Turk and send
them to The Freedom Archives address below.

If you want to send any cards of support, please send them to:

William Turk / Sekou Kambui
Southeast Alabama Medical Center
1108 Ross Clark Circle, Room 297
Dothan, AL 36303

Freedom Archives 522 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 415 863.9977