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Posts Tagged with "Black Panther"

‘Jailhouse Lawyers: Prisoners Defending Prisoners v. The U.S.A.’ by Mumia Abu-Jamal

April 5, 2009

Don’t miss this review of Mumia’s new book by one of his closest friends, Kiilu Nyasha. Kiilu fell April 2 and broke her hip. She’s recovering from surgery at CPMC Davies Campus, Castro at Duboce St.,
North Tower, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94114. Send this great warrior (armed only with love and a laser-keen intellect) some love and early birthday greetings; she turns 70 in May!

COINTELPRO plot against ‘Omaha 2’ included a cadre of top FBI officials

December 10, 2008

In Omaha, Nebraska, the leaders of a Black Panther group, Ed Poindexter and Mondo we Langa (formerly David Rice), were the targets of a clandestine operation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation code-named COINTELPRO.

Mumia on Barack

December 1, 2008

Protest to free Mumia and Troy Davis, two innocent men facing execution, Tuesday, Dec. 9, 4:30pm, at the Federal Courthouse, 7th & Mission, San Francisco. Mumia and Troy are challenging the “law of the land” that says, “Innocence is no defense.” Pennsylvania and
Georgia seek their execution. We demand their freedom.

Freedom is cream corn and sausage

November 28, 2008

I recall listening to a recording of Albert Woodfox describing how it felt after 15 years or something crazy long like that to finally get a contact visit from his mom and feel her hug. Now, after nearly 36 years in solitary confinement, Woodfox could soon be released on bail.

Can’t vote because you’re in jail? Yes you can!

August 21, 2008

On a cloudy Saturday morning in August, the sidewalk outside Glenn E. Dyer Jail in Oakland seems an odd site for a voter registration drive – but organizers are targeting an atypical audience: inmates and those visiting them.

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