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Malcom Jenkins and Presidential Pardons

Kerry “Shakaboona” Marshall

“Malcolm Jenkins Should Help Political Prisoners Get Presidential Pardons” by Kerry Shakaboona Marshall. Malcolm Jenkins, Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl champion, and superb social activist for Black people in America. Great article in the New York… Full Transcript

The Plight of Political Prisoners in America

Delbert Africa

“The Plight of Political Prisoners in America” by Delbert Africa. On A Move! This is Delbert Africa from Dallas Prison speaking about the plight of political prisoners here in America – especially in light of… Full Transcript

Honoring Oscar Lopez Rivera

Kerry “Shakaboona” Marshall

Oscar Lopez Rivera is revered by many as a former political prisoner, hero, and freedom fighter for Puerto Rican independence and human rights. Mr. Lopez Rivera allegedly belonged to the Puerto Rican nationalist group, the… Full Transcript

Mumia on the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party

Lynne Stewart Reads “Prisoners Voices Blocked and Censorship of US Prisons”

Jaan Laaman

The United States is often called the country of prisons because we are five percent of the world’s population, but the U.S. holds 25 percent of all the prisoners in the world. Recently we have… 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

The MOVE Sisters: Freedom Now

Mumia Abu-Jamal

It’s a fact that the U.S. is an Ahistorical society. If we go more than 20 minutes down time’s road, most Americans will have forgotten all; in a few weeks; a month? Forget it. Americans… Full Transcript