Beginning at 6:30pm tonight on the Gazebo in Old Town Eureka, Redwood Curtain Friends of MOVE will be showing the film, "In Prison My Whole Life," which centers around the story of Mumia Abu-Jamal's arrest and imprisonment on death row- and impending exectution. We will also be video taping statements in support of Mumia. Come learn about Mumia Abu-Jamal, an amazing journalist and political prisoner and show your support for his release.
We want, along with people and organizations around the world, the immediate RELEASE of MUMIA ABU-JAMAL and NO EXECUTION!
The film we will be showing, through telling the story of Mumia's frame up and 28 years on death row, speaks about racism, the death penalty, and the prison industrial complex.
Be part of the video project starting in Eureka Friday (July 10th). Express your support for the release of Mumia in a short (or long) statement. The video will be shown locally and then will combine with an international video project in support of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Mumia's life is depending on all of us.
Friends of MOVE (Redwood Curtain chapter) contact is the same as that of Redwood Curtain CopWatch: (707)633-4493. Friends of MOVE is part of an international movement to free the members of the MOVE organization who have been imprisoned since 1978, to free Mumia Abu-Jamal (a MOVE supporter and family member), and ALL political prisoners.
See our past post about the film and links of Mumia's audio broadcasts from Death Row HERE