Tag Archives: Mumia Abu-Jamal

Why We Must Return To Our Communties

“… I remember a man I knew well. We were right in the middle of a period of drought. To avoid starvation, several families from his village collected the little money they had left and gave him the job of going to Ouagadougou to buy food… On arrival, he had a brutal and painful encounter […]

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On A MOVE (Dedicated to Mumia Abu-Jamal)

Mumia Mumia Mumia Mumia my bratha Mumia Let me talk to you for a minute Bout what our people ain’t seeing Let me share with you my COINTELPROse That it seems nobody knows And it grows in me like tumor The more I look around and wonder what you’re locked up for The ultimate sacrifice, […]

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A Case For Re-Trial: Racist Jury Selection in the Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal

Rejoice and praise characterized the streets on the 4th day of November 2008, the day when Barack Obama was voted into office by the American people. It was a day of pride, jubilee, and hope; however this hope meant different things for different people. One man, Mumia Abu-Jamal, along with his supporters hoped for a […]

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Field Community Profile Series: Leimert Park Book Fair (LPBF)

Whuddup field-people-folk? This past Saturday I was down in Leimert Park for their 6th Annual Book Fair and to say the least, the day was dopaliciousness. What you’ll find here at The Field is a Field Community Profile Series on the fair. The series will provide info about books to check out, people to check […]

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