Mumia Abu-Jamal

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Mumia Abu-Jamal was convicted and sentenced to death for the December 9, 1981 murder of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania police officer Daniel Faulkner.[1]

STORM connections

In 1998 the Center for Political Education in San Francisco held[2]a panel discussion "Where are White Activists in the Fight Against Racism?" Panellists were Harmony Goldberg, SOUL-on the Mumia Abu-Jamal Campaign, Jo Hirschman, Police Watch-on Police Brutality, Adam Gold, C-Beyond on organizing in the suburbs. It was facilitated by Ilana Berger, POWER.

National Lawyers Guild

The 2009 National Executive Committee of the National Lawyers Guild included Mumia Abu-Jamal, Co-Jailhouse Lawyer VP from SCI Greene Waynesbury PA.[3]

References

  1. Commonwealth v. Abu-Jamal, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, First Judicial District, Philadelphia, Case Nos. 1357-59
  2. http://www.politicaleducation.org/programs/past-classes-1998-2007/
  3. http://nlg.org/aboutus/board.php