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A recent court decision sets the stage for a possible new trial, decades overdue.
Cops protect ultra-right while fencing off counter protest
The San Francisco Bay View reports on a legal breakthrough for Abu-Jamal and how you can help.
In late 2018, eighty-one thousand people petitioned the Department of Home Affairs to stop U.S.-based fascist, Gavin McInnes, from entering Australia. The petition cited McInnes’ calls for violence against women and people of colour and the Southern Poverty Law Center’s listing of Proud Boys, the group he formed, as a hate group. Home Affairs refused… Read more »
After decades spent in prison, Abu-Jamal has finally been granted the right to appeal his unjust conviction.
Statement to the media delivered at a news conference at Seattle City Hall by Annaliza Torres.
The U.S. trains “graduates” to lead military coups and massacres in Latin America.
The U.S. is deeply implicated in Saudi crimes like the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi — or, at best, silent about them.
Testimony to city commissioners: “We are sick and tired of needing to chant Black Lives Matter. This is your chance to prove that they do.”