Great Film Centered around Mumia Abu-Jamal- FRIDAY, July 3rd, Eureka


Come see this film at PARC's new location!


"In Prison My Whole Life"  is a well done documentary inspired by a man who was born on the day that Mumia Abu-Jamal was arrested.  Mumia has been a political prisoner, on death row, for over 27 years, now.

The filmmaker does a great job talking with people about (researching) racial injustice and the Prison Industrial Complex and giving a thorough run down of the frame-up that has had Mumia on death row since 1981.

Mumia is facing execution and we can't let it happen!!


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Please join us to watch this all-important film.
Possibly, a small campfire discussion afterwards...
Everything begins at 8:00pm   FREE
Snacks shared   All Ages Welcome
Film includes Alice Walker, Mos Def, Noam Chomsky, 
Snoop Dogg, Steve Earle

Hosted by Redwood Curtain CopWatch and Redwood Curtain Chapter Friends of MOVE


Peoples' Action for Rights and Community  [PARC]
is now at 1617 3rd Street in Eureka. From 3rd, turn onto Q; make a right into the alley that is between 3rd and 2nd Sts. PARC's door and carport face the alley.  You will see PARC signs on Friday.



Note for the near future: On Friday, July 10th and Saturday July 11th, Redwood Curtain CopWatch will be using their video cameras to tape YOU expressing your support for Mumia Abu-Jamal-  just a few seconds, or more if you want.  We want first to create a film for Humboldt Access.  Then we will join people all over the world in a video project demanding that MUMIA BE RELEASED (and saved from execution)!!!  


*Mumia is the first political prisoner to be on death row since Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were executed in the 50's.