Tag Archive | Justice
Life is so strange. We have people in prison for decades whose minds are free to roam the universe and who appreciate the simplest truths and the natural beauty of the world. Then, we have people whose bodies are free to go anywhere and experience virtually everything this world has to offer yet they choose […]
UPDATE on Mumia’s demand in court for hepatitis C treatment and what you can do to help him — Good News! Today [March 27] the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit denied the Department of Correction’s motion to “stay” Judge Mariani’s order that the DOC provide Mumia the Hep-C treatment pending appeal. The DOC […]
By Johanna Fernandez Dear Friends of Mumia, I’m writing on behalf of the Committee to Save Mumia Abu-Jamal to ask if you might help us in an emergency. The Committee is the official fundraising venue for Mumia’s legal defense today. It has been raising funds, quietly, since Mumia was facing execution in the ‘90s. The […]
This is a story of inspiration… RAINBOW WARRIOR: Radical Farmers Use Fresh Food to Fight Racial Injustice and the New Jim Crow.
John Doe grew up in a working class family in a working class neighborhood. He was fairly ordinary. He received average grades in school, was well-liked though not very popular and basically blended into mainstream life without standing out in any way. Upon graduating high school, he muddled through a variety of jobs until landing […]
Leonard Peltier has been in prison longer than Nelson Mandela was imprisoned by the Apartheid regime of South Africa. He, also, has been imprisoned by an apartheid regime born of genocide, raised on racist oppression and grown fat through the building of a system that denigrates free thought, creativity and true compassion while rewarding fear, […]