Sunday, April 23, 2006

Free Mumia Abu Jamal

A large delegation of US activists will travel to France April 27 – 29 to join a ceremony in the French city of Sainte Denis to name a newly constructed street in honor of Mumia Abu Jamal. The new street, built spefically to bring attention to Mumia's struggle for justice, leads to the Nelson Mandela Stadium, the largest stadium in France.

Members of the delegation include Pam Africa, director of International Concerned Families and Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal, Ramona Africa of MOVE, a survivor of the 1985 massacre of MOVE members at the hands of US police, Leslie Jones, of Youth for Mumia, Suzanne Ross, of the New York City Free Mumia Coalition and activists Sundiata Sadiq, Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr., Akua Njeri, Sam Jordan and videographer Johnnie Stevens.

Check back here for reports and photos from the delegation members, beginning April 27.

2 comments:

lxear said...

merci a toi pour ce blog de la part de la plaine st denis
RUE MUMIA ABU JAMAL
A BIENTOT KARIM LXEAR

Noelle/Prison Radio said...

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