Max and Yusuf are joined by The Queen Mother of Benin, West Africa to discuss international prison systems and the modern slavery abolition movement from…
Jessica Rodriquez, a member of Take Back The Bronx and works with Root & Branch Collective NYC, will join us in a discussion concerning obtaining accurate information from inside jails and prisons about the horrors of prison slavery. To that end, another group has emerged called Eyes On You NYC that is taking up some of these issues.View More NA Radio – Take Back The Bronx w/ Jessica & Jamal
In the Spirit of Mandela is holding its 4th Webinar ahead of October’s Tribunal called ‘Fulfilling Our Mission: Youth Against Genocide’. There will be…View More NA Radio – Talking In The Spirit of Mandela
We will be talking with Max about the latest developments in the New Abolitionists Movement to abolish slavery first by removing language from individual state constitutions and the US Constitution’s exception for slavery and involuntary servitude, which allow both practices in the United States in federal, state and private prisons.View More NA Radio – A Modern Abolitionist’s Journey w/ Max Parthas
We spoke with Prakash & Max about the struggle to get charges dropped against Prakash who, at the age of 15, was convicted of murder…View More New Abolitionist Radio: Free Prakash Rally in Queens NYC
8 PM EST – Tonight on New Abolitionists Radio, several guests will join us for a discussion on the upcoming fundraiser and panel discussion related to the police raids in New York City. View the live stream on our New Abolitionists Radio Facebook page. Make sure to like and follow the page.View More NA Radio: NYC Stop The Police/Slave Catcher Raids!
Calls from those currently experiencing prison slavery in the United States of America.View More New Abolitionists Radio: Prison Slave Narratives – Pendleton Correctional Facility, Indiana
In this episode of New Abolitionists Radio, Scotty reports on shocking Democracy Now report about the federal jail MDC in Brooklyn destroying prisoner’s medical records. We also spoke to activist Eve Mitchell who lives in the area and NyAsia Williams who has a loved incarcerated in the MDC as he awaits trial instead of being released.View More NA Radio: Shocking News Concerning COVID 19 MDC Brooklyn Jail Records Destroyed
In this episode of New Abolitionist Radio, Scotty and Maxwell take a look at reports out of New Jersey that show dire circumstances for prisoners, staff, and the serious threat being posed to communities in New Jersey by COVID 19 and the state’s handling of the crisis. Maxwell also shared unexpected news related to the Die Jim Crow project being allowed to provide some masks for prisoners.View More New Abolitionists Radio: New Jersey Prisons Pose Serious COVID 19 Threat To Communities, Leading Nation In Preventable Deaths
In this episode of New Abolitionists Radio, Tag and Scotty spoke with Deja, the fiance of Ramsey Orta. Deja gave us an update on Ramsey’s case, the continued mistreatment by prison guards who write him up for imagined and minor infractions resulting in torture by way of solitary confinement. Deja shared with us the mental toll the ordeal has taken on Ramsey and his family since the fateful day he filmed the manslaughter of Eric Garner by NYPD officers.View More NA Radio: Ramsey Orta Still In Prison Slavery And Harassed For Filming Eric Garner’s Last Breaths On Earth
New Abolitionists Radio hopes to connect with Abolitionists live in the field participating in solidarity work with the Palestinian struggle against the settler-colonial occupation of their land the prison slavery they are suffering.View More New Abolitionists Radio: New Abolitionists Day of Action In Solidarity With All Prison Slaves on “Palestinian Prisoners Day”.
In this episode of New Abolitionists Radio, we will continue to focus on the most vulnerable population in the United States during this COVID 19 pandemic as prisoners all over the nation make the same claims that prison administrators are facilitating the spread of the virus.View More New Abolitionists Radio: Prison Administrators Facilitating Spread Of Covid 19 Among Staff And Prisoners
In this episode of New Abolitionists Radio, Tag leads us in an interview with Sirajuddin Basir and his mother Sis Basir to give us an update and some of the details of his wrongful conviction on an attempted murder charge in a bench trial where the guilty verdict was in direct contradiction to the evidence and testimony.View More New Abolitionists Radio: Wrongfully Convicted And Incarcerated During A Global COVID 19 Pandemic
9 PM EST – Join the New Abolitionists Radio panel (Tag, Scotty & Maxell Melvin) as we discuss prison slavery amidst a global Covid 19 pandemic with the United States becoming the world’s leader in confirmed cases of the deadly virus which according to the most recent but incomplete data due to a lack of testing, showing Covid 19 is 35 times more deadly than the 2009 H1N1 flu that claimed over 12,000 lives in the United States over the course of a year.View More New Abolitionists Radio: Covid 19 Spreading In US Jails & Prisons, Calls Continue To Release Them
Tonight we are joined on the broadcast by “Sheila” who is a community organizer in the New York area whose son is caged at the municipal jail widely known as “The Tombs” (metropolitan detention complex) in Manhattan. While MDC Manhattan officials have been virtually silent on the issue, reports from the inside say that captives and overseers being infected with COVID-19 have rapidly increased in recent days. Positive confirmations stand at 38 throughout the incarcerated population inside NYC, but given the close quarters and unsanitary conditions in facilities like The Tombs, many are concerned that this number is bound to grow.View More New Abolitionists Radio: Covid 19 & Prisons Constitutes Cruel Punishment In the USA