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Major: Battling on Two Fronts

Mumia Abu-Jamal

Major Tillery, for many years known as the jailhouse lawyer who led the 1990 Tillery v. Owens prisoners’ rights civil case, spawned from unconstitutional conditions at the state prison in Pittsburg, I still rumbling these… Full Transcript

The Chimenti Case

Mumia Abu-Jamal

In years to come, for thousands of imprisoned men and women across America, several cases will mark when they received the right to be cured of Hepatitis C: 1) Abu-Jamal v. Wetzel (Civ. A. No.… Full Transcript

Hep C: A New Death Row

Mumia Abu-Jamal

“Hep C: A New Death Row.” When I left Death Row, little did I know that I was entering another quieter, non-obvious Death Row. Here, I’m not speaking of Pennsylvania’s draconian life sentences, what I’ve… Full Transcript

Hepatitis C Wars Widen

Mumia Abu-Jamal

When our recent hepatitis C case was decided (Jan. 3,2017), we thought that the state, known widely for its repressive penal attitudes and its cold resistance to the principle that prisoners were, after all, human… Full Transcript

The DOC Appeals

Mumia Abu-Jamal

“The DOC Appeals.” Several days ago, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections appealed from the January 3rd ruling granting an injunction against their so-called protocol covering hepatitis treatment—or should I say lack of treatment? The state… Full Transcript

DN Interview Amy Goodman

Mumia on the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party

Courts Ruling in Mumia Exposes PA Dept of Corrections’ Modern Tuskeegee Experiment

Mumia Featured on Democracy Now

Mumia Abu-Jamal

JUAN GONZÁLEZ: We end today’s show with news that a federal judge has denied a request from former Black Panther and journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal for a life-saving medication that could cure his hepatitis C. Mumia… Full Transcript