Voices Radio: June 16, 2020 The Magical Manifestation of the Too Black to Fail Revolutionary Movement

In June of 2020 a group of Black and Third World revolutionaries, from Harlem, South Central, Minneapolis, Cape Town, London, Beijing, Caracas, Havana, met in Nairobi, Kenya at a clandestine strategy meeting. Already in deep dialogue, one of the...

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The Peacefulness of the Long Distance Revolutionary: A Film Review by Eric Mann

December 2012 Long Distance Revolutionary: a Journey with Mumia Abu-Jamal, is a compelling documentary about a riveting historical figure—a passionate, partisan, and persuasive intervention in the not at all “free marketplace of ideas.” Mumia Abu Jamal is the most famous...

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Mumia Abu Jamal: On his biggest political influences and the political “mentacide” of today’s youth

Mumia Abu-Jamal is an American political prisoner currently serving a life sentence for an alleged murder of a Philadelphia police officer. Incarcerated since 1981, in a trial that was plagued with blatant judicial disregard, Mumia was originally sentenced to...

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Mumia Abu Jamal

Aired September 4th, 2012 Click here to download. Mumia Abu-Jamal  discusses black political thought, the great thinkers, movement builders, decolonization of the mind, his biggest political influences and political "menticide" of today's youth. Mumia Abu-Jamal is an American political prisoner currently serving a life...

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