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Posts Tagged with "political justice"

An interview with Kevin Cooper: We may be sending an innocent man to his death

July 19, 2011

Kevin Cooper has been locked down on death row in San Quentin for the past 26 years. He was convicted of the 1983 murder of the Ryen family, although no reliable evidence showed him to be guilty. On the contrary, the case has overwhelming evidence suggesting that he is in fact an innocent man.

Victory at hand: Help Chokwe Lumumba win City Council runoff May 19

May 13, 2009

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM) co-founder Chokwe Lumumba, in his run for City Council in Jackson, Miss., led eight candidates to win 43 percent of the vote. The runoff is May 19, Malcolm X’ birthday, and your help is needed one more time.

If you want peace, fight for justice

March 31, 2009

A time bomb is ticking, waiting to explode in communities of color across the nation. Law enforcement officers have become an occupation force. If we are to have peace, we first must place economic justice at the top of our agenda. The day Lovelle Mixon died, those close to him mentioned two explanations: He dreaded being sent back to prison yet he couldn’t find a job.

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