Prison Radio
  • Currently at Interstate Compact Facility

Table of Contents

  1. Commentaries
  2. Contact Info
  3. Support Info
  4. Biography
  5. Resources
  6. Gallery

Commentaries

Peter “Pitt” Mukuria has published 29 commentaries. Latest commentaries:
Title Duration Date
Dirty Prison Guards 05:51 12/19/23
Prisoner’s Lives Matter 04:27 12/11/23
Updates 03:05 08/11/23
Disrespected During Visitation 07:03 06/09/23
Kevin Rashid Johnson’s Medical Mistreatment 04:45 05/22/23
Another Wrong Turn 04:52 04/18/23
Race Matters: The Murder of Tyree Nichols (text only) 03/24/23
Psychological Warfare 03:06 01/27/23
Visitation Denied 04:25 01/17/23
Tell the Truth 05:41 09/13/22
WMMT-FM Flood Support 09:36 08/12/22
Jayland Walker’s Execution 04:31 07/06/22
Visitation Difficulties 04:07 06/22/22
Diary Entry 1 09:59 05/03/22
Exposing GTL Scam 02:59 04/29/22
An Account of Abuse at Red Onion 11:03 02/04/22
Contraband Strip Search 02:37 12/31/21
What Is Justice? 01:55 12/31/21
Conversations From A Prison Cell 10:29 10/18/21
Retaliation 04:13 09/13/21
Panther Solidarity Movement 03:37 08/20/21
Black August 07:50 08/20/21
Racism: Who’s Your Daddy? 06:47 06/21/21
Reflections on Mental Health in Prison 06:33 06/14/21
Abolition Is Possible 02:20 06/11/21
Significance Of Taking Direct Action 06:01 05/24/21
Daunte Wright 03:51 04/19/21
Bay View Censorship 02:55 11/30/16
“Degrading and Dehumanizing Strip Search Procedure” to Receive Recreational Showers 02:06 07/31/16

Contact Info

Peter Mukuria #1197165

Follow Pitt’s art account on Instagram @pittpanther_art!

Support Info

Pitt’s JPAY

Biography

Peter Mukuria, better known by the nickname Pitt, is currently located at Interstate Compact-Facility, formerly at Jessup Correctional Institution and Red Onion State Prison. While imprisoned, he vocalizes the blatant racism that takes place in his correctional facility: he has been threatened, not given the haircut service offered to white inmates, and denied proper facilities like access to water.

Pitt was born in Nairobi, Kenya and is currently the Minister of Labor for the Revolutionary Intercommunal Black Panther Party (RIBPP). He is also on the steering committee with the Incarcerated Workers of the World Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWW/IWOC). Pitt writes on a variety of topics, from abolition to the COVID-19 pandemic and more.

Resources

Title Date

Out of solitary confinement, yet the struggle continues

Thoughts on Democracy Denied: Five Lectures on U.S. Politics (by Comrade Pitt)

Revolutionary Jesus