by STEPHEN COOPER In a New Year’s Eve display of liberal newspaper death penalty abolition harmony – buoyed by the release of the Death Penalty Information Center’s (DPIC) annual report evidencing another year in the long-observable trend of capital punishment’s disuse and disfavor in America – both the Washington Post and New York Times’s editorial boards published opinion pieces […]
Wednesday, January 17, 2018, 8 to 11 am 1301 Filbert, Philadelphia Criminal Justice Center In a court case that could eventually lead to Mumia’s freedom, Judge Leon Tucker has ordered the District Attorney’s office to present new testimony in reference to Ronald Castille. The hearing will take place January 17. Castille was a Philadelphia DA. […]
by Keith ‘Malik’ Washington “Hasan (Shakur) was the hardest worker I ever met. He founded organizations, sat on boards and planned antiviolence concerts in the community. He put out a newsletter a hell of a lot more regularly than many groups on the outside. He helped numerous organizations with strategic planning. He pushed everyone around […]
By Zolo Agono Azania I was introduced to Zolo Azania some twenty years ago through his artwork – striking portraits of Harriet Tubman, Malcom X and Emmet Till, artwork that reflected Zolo’s deep commitment to the Black freedom struggle – exhibited at the Autonomous Zone, a storefront operated by a small group of socially conscious anarchists […]
ONA MOVE Next Year, August 8th 2018, will officially mark 40 years that The Move 9 have been unjustly jailed in Pennsylvania prisons. The fact that innocent men and women have been wrongly jailed for this long is stomach turning in itself; not only will 2018 be symbolic of 40 years of unjust imprisonment, but […]
THE NJ BLACK PANTHER PARTY COMMEMORATION COMMITTEE 973 202 0745; 973 738 2205 email@example.com “To move a blade of grass is to change the world…” Huey P. Newton September 7, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE! BACK TO SCHOOL FOR FREEDOM! On Wednesday, September 20th, the NJ Black Panther Party Commemoration Committee (NJBPPC) will host a Book […]
ONA MOVE, family & friends! I want to make sure you are all aware that beginning September 9th through December The Philadelphia Museum of Art is doing a project on the history of Philadelphia (food, history, etc.). MOVE is front and center in this project so we hope that you will make it a point to attend […]
– September 1, 2017 Listen to story: Download: mp3 (Duration: 2:35 — 2.4MB) FEATURING MUMIA ABU JAMAL – Mumia Abu Jamal is a political prisoner and award winning journalist. He recently filed this commentary about Hurricane Harvey and Climate Change. Find out more at www.prisonradio.org.
Take the time (20 minutes) to listen to this excellent interview conducted by CKUT Prison Radio with Political Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim For more info on Jalil, please visit his website: www.freejalil.com It’s time to bring Jalil and all political prisoners home where they belong! Let’s PICK UP THE WORK AND MAKE THIS HAPPEN SOON!
Oscar Lopez Rivera and Rasmea Odeh. by Diana Block – August 29, 2017 On May 18, 2017 Oscar López Rivera was welcomed by a large and loving crowd in Chicago’s Paseo Boricua after 35 years of imprisonment for the “crime” of supporting Puerto Rican independence. One of the people who greeted Oscar was Rasmea Yousef […]