MWM/BWDL Special Report:
On Fri. Dec. 3, 2004, The National Black Caucus of State Legislators passed a Resolution to Free Mumia Abu Jamal and other political prisoners.
The victory took place in Philly, this past week where the group held its 28th National Annual convention which featured Della Reese and Bill Cosby.
Though Phila. Black lawmakers failed to initially have any necessary dialog about Mumia, nor was there any issues on the national agenda to address the death penalty, prisons, etc., period, two strong Black women, Sis. Pam Africa and Sis. Basiymah Mu-Bey were not only determined to make sure this dialog was in the mix but to make sure that something was done about it.
Tune in to "Visions of A NU Day" on the Harambee Radio Internet Station on Mon. Dec. 6, 2004 at 10:00 PM to midnight to hear the full story, live, directly from Sis Basiymah Mu-Bey.
Also: Get an update on the "Stay of Execution" and the work not needed to free Frances Newton, a Black Woman on death row in Houston TX.
And: Update on the Rally in support of attorney Bro. Chokwe Lumumba
and the upcoming hearing in the attempt to disbar him.
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