U.S. Prisoners Need Some Love

by Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford  In an essay for Prison Radio, Charles Diggs, an inmate at Pennsylvania’s Graterford state prison, said U.S. leaders “need the courage to imagine something different than 1,500 prisons all over the country.”   source: U.S. Prisoners Need Some Love  Advertisements

Mumia Abu Jamal on Puerto Rico: ’A colony by any name’

On Christopher Columbus’s second voyage to what was called the West Indies, he visited Puerto Rico, called Boriquen by the native Arawaks dwelling on the island. Columbus docked in November, 1493, and with him came the force and greed of the Spanish Empire. For four centuries Spain brought imperial exploitation, slavery, repression and death to […]

Prison Radio Kommentaries

Merci de Messi (1:50) Mumia Abu-Jamal DACA (2:11) Mumia Abu-Jamal Major: Battling of Two Fronts (1:59) Mumia Abu-Jamal Storms over Texas (1:52) Mumia Abu-Jamal The Politics of Fear (1:43) Mumia Abu-Jamal American Prisons as Senior Citizen Warehouses (10:33) Charles Diggs National Disaster and Prisoners (4:57) Charles Diggs White Supremacist Lies (3:37) Reginald Sinclair Lewis Declaration […]

DACA: The latest from the Un-Obama

By Political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal  September 11, 2017   If there is one unifying principle emerging from the disaster known as the Trump Regime, it is the president’s singular mission to erase the executive presence of his predecessor, Barack Obama. This may be seen most recently in Trump’s bumbling undoing of Obama’s executive order known as […]

Mumia Abu Jamal On Climate Change And Hurricane Harvey

– 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.

Prison Radio Kommentaries

Hep C Prison Wars Widen (3:36) Mumia Abu-Jamal Street Combatant to Servant to the People (3:41) Khalfani Malik Khaldun Hep C The New Death Row (2:01) Mumia Abu-Jamal Sunni Muslims (5:27) Khalfani Malik Khaldun Black August  (2:34) Jaan Laaman August 8th (4:15) Mumia Abu-Jamal Janine Africa August 8th (5:27) recorded 2013 Janine Africa Gangsters in […]

Mumia Abu-Jamal’s Attorney Talks of New Movement in Activist’s Case

by Emily Wells A new front may be emerging in the fight to free African-American political activist and journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal, who was convicted in 1982 of the murder of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner. The fatal shooting of Faulkner happened in the early hours of Dec. 9, 1981, during a confrontation, witnessed by Abu-Jamal, between […]

Prison Radio Kommentaries

Trump’s America and Ours (2:18) Mumia Abu-Jamal David Jones: Killed By Cop (2:12) Mumia Abu-Jamal What Kind Of Society Do We Want? (2:50) Charles Diggs Public Health (4:14) Charles Diggs Packed Off to Florida Confinement text only Kevin Rashid Johnson Longterm Solitary Confinement (4:14) Peter’s art and audio essays come from Red Onion State Prison […]

Prison Radio Kommentariez

James Baldwin: Word Warrior (9:35) Mumia Abu-Jamal Hepatitis C Wars Widen (3:36) Mumia Abu-Jamal Youth In The Streets (2:54) Mumia Abu-Jamal What to a Slave is Your Fourth of July? Written by Mumia Abu-Jamal (4:09)  Read by Bernadette Devilin McAliskey Loving Day (3:01) Bryant Arroyo Franz Fanon Revolutionary Journalist (3:25) Mumia Abu-Jamal Pennsylvania: Lifers Without […]

Franz Fanon Revolutionary Journalist

Franz Fanon Revolutionary Journalist Mumia pays homage to the celebrated French intellectual Franz Fanon who wrote “Wretched Of The Earth.” Mumia Abu-Jamal is an award winning author and journalist who is currently imprisoned in SCI Mahanoy, Pennsylvania.