A recent court decision sets the stage for a possible new trial, decades overdue.
Posts in: political prisoners
The San Francisco Bay View reports on a legal breakthrough for Abu-Jamal and how you can help.
After decades spent in prison, Abu-Jamal has finally been granted the right to appeal his unjust conviction.
Video featuring Bilal Mafundi Ali, lead coordinator for the Bay Area National Prison Strike Solidarity Committee
What does “bipartisanship” mean for poor and working folks? Courtesy of Prison Radio, Mumia Abu-Jamal tells it like it is.
The Freedom Socialist Party in the U.S. and Australia demands that the Erdoğan government release labor leader and socialist Çinara’a, jailed in a sweep of 84 activists just before May Day.
Call on DA Larry Krasner to release Mumia Abu-Jamal and disclose all DA and police files on him.
AUTOMATION Question on the future I read with great interest Muffy Sunde’s succinct and informative piece “Rise of the robots: Disappearing jobs” [Vol. 38, No. 2]. I’m glad to see the Freedom Socialist tackling the subject of automation, as it’s one that has intrigued and troubled me for some time. One related question that I’d… Read more »
On April 25, over 150 supporters packed the courtroom for Rasmea Odeh, who accepted an agreement that stripped her of U.S. citizenship but allowed her to leave the country without serving additional jail time. The 69-year-old Palestinian activist and her supporters spent the past three and a half years battling the U.S. government’s attempts to… Read more »
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