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4/1 UPDATE ON MUMIA

 

4/1 Mumia Update 

 

Mumia Hospitalized: Family Visitation Denied

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Demand Mumia’s family hospital visitation rights

 

Prison Radio Update

An update on our historic legal case, Alfred Woodfox of the Angola 3 is transferred as he awaits bail, and Philly DA sues Governor Wolf.

Mumia Abu-Jamal: A Black Radical Who Matters For Our Time

Johanna Fernandez for The Huffington Post:

"In our lifetime one American, not unlike Austin Reed, articulates uncomfortable truths -- about the centrality of black oppression to the project of American capitalism and empire, the unbridled racism of the U.S. justice system, the unfinished project of American democracy, the horrors produced by war, and the possibilities of a liberated society not just for black people at home, but for everyone, everywhere. He seeks to give ordinary people a sense of their own power and to inspire those on the margins of society to stand up and fight.

This man is Mumia Abu-Jamal."

FAIR Covers "Muzzle Mumia Act"

Listen to the interview here.

 

"A proposed Pennsylvania law aimed at silencing Mumia Abu-Jamal targets our right to hear as much as his right to speak. Why aren't more journalists up in arms? We'll talk to one who is: Daniel Denvir, senior staff writer at Philadelphia City Paper."

We Made It!

thank you from Prison Radio

Two Worlds, One Enemy: Ferguson and Political Prisoners

The night there was a welcoming home for longtime imprisoned revolutionary Sekou Odinga, there were also thousands of people in the downtown streets of New York City, indeed in over 170 cities across the US, filled with anguish and rage over the killing of yet another young Black brother and the killer cop not even indicted.

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