Mumia Abu-Jamal

One of Hip-Hop’s most revered prisoners and equally hated men amongst police officers made a highly controversial return to the media on Sunday.

President Barack Obama‘s pick to lead the Department of Justice‘s civil rights division today failed a test vote in the Senate that could spell doom for his nomination. Debo Adegbile, who once represented polarizing convict Mumia Abu-Jamal several years ago, is now faced with uncertainty as a result of his past actions.

Black Panther activist and former death-row political prisoner, Mumia Abu-Jamal, who has been held captive in solitary confinement within the Pennsylvania penitentiary system for the past three decades, has now been moved into the general prison population. Susan McNaughton, a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, told the Philadelphia Inquirer that Abu-Jamal was moved […]

Taking A Look At The Mumia Abu-Jamal Case And Why He Should Be Freed On the 30th anniversary of the revolutionary writer’s unmerciful attempted-murder at the guns, hands, feet and nightsticks of Philly’s finest, and of his unjust incarceration after being shot by them, Mumia Abu-Jamal and his advocates have planned a mass rally at […]

Mumia Abu Jamal supporters to pressure Obama and Holder. After spending over 28 years on Pennsylvania’s death-row – most of them in solitary confinement – and exhausting many of his appeals, the hour-glass continues to slowly slip away on the man known as ‘The Voice For The Voiceless’. Mumia Abu Jamal supporters are being asked […]

During the times of physical slavery, the overseers would punish his enslaved captors who would attempt to be a self-determining people, by publicly executing and making examples out of them. This terrorist tactic by slave makers was meant to instill fear in order to discourage others that had similar plans to physically free themselves from […]