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Mumia on the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party

Theater of the Absurd

Mumia Abu-Jamal

When I was a young Panther, a tiny, bald, blue-eyed Frenchman came to visit the national headquarters in Berkeley, California. David Hilliard, the Chief of Staff of the Black Panther Party, greeted him briefly, and… Full Transcript

Make America White Again

Mumia Abu-Jamal

The 2016 Republican National Convention, under the ponderous pressure of Donald Trump, was, in many ways, an escape back in time – to the 1950s, and ‘60s – an era when Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon,… Full Transcript

Afeni Shakur 1947-2016

Mumia Abu-Jamal

She was born Alice Faye Williams in the dusty little town of Lumberton, North Carolina – January 10, 1947. A dimpled little Black girl, who grew into a petite young revolutionary known as Afeni Shakur,… Full Transcript

Mondo Mourned

Mumia Abu-Jamal

He was born David Rice, and in his youth, he joined an offshoot of the Black Panther Party, a decision that would change his life’s trajectory. For, when he and another young man, Edward Poindexter,… Full Transcript

Last of the Angola Three: Free

Mumia Abu-Jamal

Several days ago, Albert Woodfox, the last of the Angola 3, walked free. Albert Woodfox has the dubious distinction of having spent 43 years in the Hole — solitary confinement– in the infamous prison farm… Full Transcript

Her Name is Angela Davis

Mumia Abu-Jamal

Her name, Angela Davis, is known to millions – still. After the ‘60s – era uproar over her sensational trial and subsequent acquittal, for people of a certain generation, she is remembered for rocking an… Full Transcript

The Genius of Huey P. Newton

Mumia Abu-Jamal

To those of us who were alive – and sentient, the name Huey P. Newton evokes an era of mass resistance, of Black popular protest and of the rise of revolutionary organizations across the land.… Full Transcript

Centuries of Struggle Big House Prison Blues

Mumia Abu-Jamal

‘Plus ça change …’ say the French; or ‘The more things change, of course, the more they stay the same.’ That thought, with all its despair and wisdom, resonates with particular power when we look… Full Transcript