Political Prisoner Radio – MOVE 9 call to action, Dallas 6, Lorenzo Johnson Mumia on Ferguson

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Orie Lumumba joins us again for this broadcast to discuss a call to action on behalf of members of the MOVE Family. Free The Move 9

“People all over the world are witnessing the illegal actions of The Pa Parole Board and we have to keep the pressure on these Legalized Terrorists. We are asking people to flood the phone lines of a The Pa Parole Board this Monday 12/1 and demand Parole for Move Political Prisoners” – Orie Lumumba, Ona Move

Call on demand the parole of decades long held political prisoners of the MOVE Family,

Michael (Davis) Africa Am 4973
Edward (Goodman) Africa Am 4974

The Parole Board can be reached at (717) 772-4343

Shandre Delaney will join us to discuss political prisoners known as the Dallas 6. “When they were locked up in SCI Dallas, PA, protested in a nonviolent way against Human Rights Abuses in 2010, by covering their windows. They stand accused of something they did not do, yet Human Rights of prisoners at SCI Dallas (and in other Solitary Confinement units in PA) are still being violated on a daily basis. We say: Drop the charges against the “Dallas 6″… Stop Human Rights Abuses, Stop Torture and Stop Racism!” – Support the Dallas 6

We are also joined by Tazza Johnson, wife of Lorenzo Johnson who has served nearly 19 years for a crime he did not commit even though there is no evidence against him and over 30 witnesses clear him that prosecutors were aware of.

Even though Pennsylvania lawmakers, police union thugs and their supporters, the Governor are trying to silence radio journalist and political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal through a constitution busting law, Mumia and Prison Radio come through with radio commentary titled “Ferguson’s Fall Out“.

Political Prisoner Radio is a program that seeks to educate the public on the individual cases of political prisoners and prisoners of war being held by the United States government, many for decades under torturous conditions. It features former political prisoners, advocates, family members and organizations work to free these individuals. The program often discusses the historical political repression and social conditions that existed and still exist within the United States of America.

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