A new, historic phase in the struggle against white supremacy and capitalism has begun. Millions of workers and oppressed peoples have taken to the streets, the largest uprising against racist police terror and exploitation in decades. And yet there are still revolutionaries from the last major Black, Brown and Indigenous national liberation struggles of the 1960s and ‘70s who are still behind bars like Leonard Peltier, Jalil Muntaqim, Dr. Mutulu Shakur, Ruchell Magee, Jamil Al-Amin and many more.
Within the story of Mumia Abu-Jamal’s frame up are all the elements of the current struggle, decades later: police lies and police violence; a crooked and racist justice system that is structurally incapable of bringing killer cops to justice; and the mafia-like racket and dictatorship that police hold over our political institutions.
Join us Thursday, July 2nd to hear from the dedicated organizers who need your help to win a major victory against the cops.
Pam Africa - Minister of Confrontation of the MOVE Organization, International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
Larry Holmes - Workers World Party First Secretary, theoretical contributor to Workers World
Shafeah M'Balia, Imam Jamil Abullah al-Amin (formerly known as H. Rap Brown) Action Network
Abdul Haleem Muhammad, Student Minister, Nation Of Islam, Houston, Texas
mYia X - Workers World Party and Spoken Word Artist
Monica Moorehead - Managing Editor of Workers World newspaper, editor of Marxism, Reparations and the Black Freedom Struggle.
Mirinda Crissman - Co-Editor of Tear Down the Walls prisoner page for Workers World newspaper, Prisoner Solidarity Committee of Workers World Party