Prison Radio Kommentariez

For the Love of Yuri (2:56) Mumia Abu-Jamal Left Forum: 2nd Amendment Anti-Black Police Violence (3:28) Mumia Abu-Jamal Voting: The Final Fig Leaf (2:27) Mumia Abu-Jamal Trump’s Running Mate (2:19) Mumia Abu-Jamal PA Parole Board Refuses to Reform How They Review Child Lifer Prisoners… (2:38) Kerry Shakaboona Marshall Revolutionary Ecology: The Legacy of Judi Bari (47:30) Narrated […]

Major Tillery Haz New Evidence Exposing Hiz Frame-Up Conviction And Needz Your Financial Support

  Major Tillery Needs Help To Get This Evidence into Court! Major Tillery has new evidence that he was framed for a crime he did not commit. Over thirty years ago Tillery was falsely convicted for a 1976 pool hall shooting murder and assault, and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. Major Tillery is completing […]

Johanna Fernandez Speakz on the Revolution and Counter Revolution that Mumia Abu-Jamal Embodiez

Mumia Abu Jamal haz spoken Truth to Power     by Danny Haiphong Mumia Abu Jamal has spoken Truth to Power since his teen days in the Black Panther Party, then as a crusading radio newsman and, since 1981, as a political prisoner. Historian and activist Johanna Fernandez is editor of Writing on the Wall, […]

A Prince Passez On

A Prince Passes On  [col. writ. 4/21/16]  ©’16  Mumia Abu-Jamal  He was a star in so many ways, that the word ‘star’ seems too small.   He was a singer, guitarist, band leader, writer—and, well, genius. Prince Rogers Nelson was known and adored by millions, who knew him by one name: Prince. He was a […]

Prison Radio Kommentariez 5/13/2016

Free Alabama Movement (5:33) Bennu Hannibal Brief Thoughts on Antonin Scalia, Presidential Nominations and Republican Obstructionsim (3:54) Jaan Laaman Hillary in Harlem (1:30) Mumia Abu-Jamal Is There a Balm in Gilead? (1:54) Mumia Abu-Jamal Now I Know (3:12) Reverend Edward Pinkney A Prince Passes On (1:44) Mumia Abu-Jamal Prince, a Musical Revolutionary (1:58) Mumia Abu-Jamal […]

Iz there a balm in Gilead?

by Mumia Abu-Jamal The great Black activist and artist Paul Robeson in 1958, in Carnegie Hall, sang the gospel song, “Balm in Gilead”: “♪There is a balm in Gilead, ♪To make the wounded whooole♪ ….” His full, magnificent baritone filled the hall with wonder. Hepatitis C is a liver infection (inflammation), which can, if untreated, […]

Protestz demand hep C cure for Mumia and Pa. prisonerz

by  Betsey Piette Family, friends and supporters of political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal took to the streets of Philadelphia in actions on April 22 and April 23 to raise awareness of the dangerous impact of untreated hepatitis C on Abu-Jamal and thousands of others across Pennsylvania. The weekend wrapped up with a celebration of Abu-Jamal’s 62nd birthday […]

A Prince passez on

by Mumia Abu-Jamal   He was a star in so many ways that the word “star” seems too small. He was a singer, guitarist, band leader, writer – and, well, genius. Prince Rogers Nelson was known and adored by millions who knew him by one name: Prince. He was a superstar. And, he was a […]

Blog #37: Solidarity in the Face of Adversity

This is a new letter by longtime Political Prisoner, Jalil Muntaqim published in a pamphlet of US political prisoner writings for a recent delegation to Palestine. Solidarity was forged as former political prisoners in Palestine and former US-held political prisoners in our delegation discussed parallel experiences. Palestinian audiences at both conferences were moved by the […]