Come see this film at PARC's new location!
"In Prison My Whole Life" is an amazing 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!!
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
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.