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Framed In America

The people who are most vulnerable in our society are the most at risk from the predations of the greedy, manipulative executives running the show here in the United States. This includes children, the disabled, the elderly, those in poverty, non-white and yes – our prisoners.

This is especially depicable when it is political prisoners being forced to drink filthy water, eat food lacking nutrition and languish in misery being deprived of necessary medical attention and time with their loved ones. They have usually done nothing more than stand up and speak out for the rights of fellow citizens being unfairly treated by “law” enforcement and our criminal INjustice system.

Corporatocracy has brought obscene wealth to the corporate overlords we allow to control most of society, but it will bring an end to their rule as well. This evil, insidious system is economically top-heavy and immoral beyond contempt. It cannot persist forever despite the relentless effort put into indoctrination of the most fearful and hatefully ignorant in society. Anything built on fear, hate and deception will be brought down.

We have sown the seeds of our own destruction…

I received this from the Free Mumia NYC Website:

From Orie, Friends of MOVE:

Framed in America: The Making of Political Prisoners

Saturday, February 24, 2018

The National Black Theater, 2031 Fifth Avenue, Harlem, New York

Join Ramona Africa, Fred Hampton, Jr., Pam Africa, Roger Wareham, Betty Davis, Ralph Poynter, and Johanna Fernandez as they rally for parole for MOVE Political Prisoners in 2018.

Program: 5-8 pm

Dinner: on sale at 4 pm;

Vendors Village: from 4 pm

On Saturday, February 24, 2018, the MOVE Organization and supporters of MOVE are calling for friends in New York City and the TriState area to join us at the National Black Theater in Harlem NYC for an historic program entitled “Framed in America: The Making of Political Prisoners.”

Our program has two parts. The first part focuses on the upcoming May 2018 parole hearings for Janet, Janine, and Debbie Africa and the fact that the MOVE 9 have been parole-eligible for ten years now. The second part focuses on the upcoming August 2018 40th commemoration of the imprisonment of the MOVE 9 and our plans of action around that anniversary.

For program and vending reservations, call 347-641-2773 or go to http://www.onamove.com.

We will also feature a live stream for the program. Live stream address: http://www.picturethestruggle.org.

For more info, visit: http://www.onamove.com.

List of Endorsers for February 24:

Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Network

The Campaign to Bring Mumia Home

NYC Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition (NYC)

Laura Whitehorn (Former Political Prisoner)

Northeast Political Prisoner Coalition

New York City Anarchist Black Cross Federation

Universal Zulu Nation

Safiya Bukhari-Albert Nuh Washington Foundation

Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur Community and Student Center

New York State Prisoner Justice Network

NYC Jericho Movement

National Jericho Movement

George Jackson University

Guerrilla Main Frame

Carolina Saldana

Amigos de Mumia en Mexico

FREE THE MOVE 9!

Posted by: info@freemumia.com

Mumia is Innocent! Stop the Frame Up! Free Mumia!-

Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition, NYC
P.O. Box 16, College Station, NY, NY 10030
212-330-8029, http://www.FreeMumia.com, info@FreeMumia.com

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8 comments on “Framed In America

  1. i’m happy knowing
    of these
    caring events 🙂

    • We see and hear so much about our sick president and his dysfunctional government as well as corporate corruption and overpaid celebrities (redundant?), but it’s good to know that there are people who spend most of their lives helping those in need – the invisible people in society. They don’t get “prime time” coverage, but they are loved by someone.

  2. I have read quite about this during the last 4 years – thanks to Moorbey.

    • Moorbey has a great blog, very informative. We need more people like that to bring civilization to this wasteland of obedience and dysfunction. Occasionally we need to lean on each other for support. It can be tough, but it’s got to be done. We’re stronger for it.

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