On March 16, 2000, two police officers were shot in one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods. One officer died and the other claimed the shooter was Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, the leader of a local mosque. Once known as H. Rap Brown, a charismatic leader of the Black Power Movement, and an honorary officer in the Black Panther Party, Al-Amin was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. But was Al-Amin truly guilty? Or was it payback for decades of work against the establishment?
The Crime Writers Squad • Crime Writers On • Feb 1, 2024
"There's a murder mystery...But it's also a moral mystery.the podcast's strength is its examination of life in the West End and the legacy of the 60s Black Power movement. A bit slow, but well done. …"
Hannah Verdier • The Guardian • Dec 7, 2023
"...thoughtful series, Secret looks at the life of the civil rights activist formerly known as H Rap Brown and the many complex strands that cross it."