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…
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
[the_ad id=”35245″] On tonight’s broadcast, the regular panel has the night off but our abolitionists comrade Tag will help to facilitate a conversation with activists…View More New Abolitionists Radio – Wrongful Targeting & Enslavement, Past & Present Victims
Richard Phillips was released from custody in 2017 and, in 2018, became the longest-serving U.S. prison inmate to win exoneration. He was cleared of a…View More Michigan Resisting Compensating Victim of Wrongful Conviction Who Spent 45 Years In Prison
New Abolitionists Radio is an award-winning weekly radio broadcast and podcast series started in 2012 to bring awareness to legalized slavery and human trafficking in the…View More New Abolitionists Radio: Protests Against Private Prison Slavers Has One Company Shook!
15 men have had their convictions overturned after being framed by a Cooke County, Illinois slave catcher. It is being reported that this could lead…View More Video: 15 Criminal Convictions Overturned Due To The Actions Of A Single US Slave Catcher
Post by KTLA 5 News. KTLA % is reporting, An L.A. courtroom erupted in cries of joy Monday when a judge announced that a 74-year-old…View More 74 year-old grandmother spent 32 years in prison slavery for crime she did not commit
United States District Magistrate for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Cynthia Reed Eddy ruled this week that political prisoner and Black freedom fighter Russell Maroon…View More BTR News: Black political prisoner’s case challenging “cruel and unusual punishment” moves forward