Save the Date: Aug. 5–“39 years Too Long: Free the MOVE 9!”

39 years Too Long: Free the MOVE 9! Saturday, August 5, 2017 House of the Lord Church 415 Atlantic Avenue (Between Bond and Nevins Streets) Brooklyn, New York 2-4 pm: MOVE Art Exhibit, featuring the work of Sophia Dawson; $20 fundraiser 5-8 m: Program: “39 Years Too Long: Free the MOVE 9”: free Speakers: Ramona Africa (MOVE […]

David Johnson of the San Quentin Six salutes politikal prisoner and expert jailhouse lawyer Ruchell Magee

by David Johnson “To some degree, slavery has always been outlawed and condemned on the outside by the hypocritical mockery of chattering lips. But on the inside, in prisons where slavery is embedded and proudly displayed as a Western way of life and a privilege of God himself, slavery is condoned on all of its […]

Muslims at Texas’ Clements Unit are being starved during Ramadan: ‘Don’t like it? Become a Christian’

by Jason Renard Walker, Deputy Minister of Labor, NABPP-PC In a year where Islamophobia is at an all-time extreme in Texas prisons, I think it is a perfect time for me to shed light of the injustice Muslim brothers are facing here at the Clements Unit. I am not Muslim myself, but I am against […]

Hot Off the Press–Mumia’s New Book

‘Hot off the press from City Lights Pub! 50 or so concise, info-packed, inspirational essays on (in)justice in the USA by imprisoned revolutionary journalist, Mumia Abu-Jamal. We need him out and working with us. And for all the rest of our political prisoners – free them, too! On the many US political prisoners, and a bibliography […]

What Mumia means to the youth

By Christian Cobb   The following talk was given by Christian Cobb at a June 1 forum on “Mumia Abu-Jamal Victories and Historic MOVE Conference” in New York City, which also featured MOVE members Pam Africa and Ramona Africa; lawyers Bob Boyle and Rachel Wolkenstein; and long-time Puerto Rican activist Esperanza Martell. The meeting was […]

The Story of Kamau Sadiki, Assata Shakur and the Black Liberation Army

Dhoruba bin-Wahad, formerly of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army, also a former political prisoner as part of the Panther 21, joined us once again to discuss the story of Kamau Sadiki, Assata Shakur and the BLA in part to amend popular histories but to also offer clarity and inspiration to those becoming […]

U.S. Politikal Prisonerz Face De Facto Life Sentencez Without Parole

Anne Lamb, a Jericho Movement co-chair in New York City, is gearing up for the Millions for Prisoner Human Rights March, August 19, in Washington; demonstrations in support of Mumia Abu Jamal, in Philadelphia, on April 24; and the decades-long effort to free former Black Liberation Army member Jalil Muntaqim, formerly known as Anthony Bottoms, […]

Lynne Stewart memorial – Sat., 4/22 – 3-7 PM

**** PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY **** From: Ralph Poynter <ralph.poynter@gmail.com>   On Saturday, April 22, join us & Glen Ford, Chris Hedges, Hon. Charles Barron, Jeff Mackler, Pam Africa, Father Lawrence Lucas, Ralph Schoenman, and others at Saint Peter’s Church – 615 Lexington Av. & 54th Street in Manhattan – from 3-7pm to celebrate Lynne.  Doors open at […]

Ramona Africa Talkz MOVE, Liberation and Surviving 1985 Bombing

By: Lamont Lilly Ramona Africa, sole living survivor of U.S. bombing of the MOVE home in Philadelphia. | Photo: Reuters The U.S. freedom fighter discusses the history of MOVE and what it means to fight for liberation in part one of an exclusive interview. Former U.S. political prisoner, Ramona Africa, is the Minister of Communication […]

Oppose cutz to visiting in NYS prisonz

Dear comrades – can we do another push to get people to CALL GOV. CUOMO at 518-474-8390 and SIGN the petition at https://www.change.org/p/governor-cuomo-don-t-restrict-visits-in-nys-prisons so we can stop the governor from limiting visiting in the max joints in NYS? A cut-back in visiting days would badly hurt our political prisoners, along with all those incarcerated in […]