A major mobilization on MAY 17
in Philadelphia to demand
a new trial for MUMIA ABU-JAMAL
9 am in front of the U.S. Court of Appeals
for the Third Circuit 6 St. & Market St.

May 17 rally infront of  Federal court
Mumia Newsletter for May 17 Court date May 17 poster May 17 sticker May 17 National Writers Union
May 17 Philly sticker



Mumia has always stood with the people!
A united, broad movement can save
Mumia from a legal lynching!

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Demonstrate in Philly at the US Court od Appeals 6th and Market Sts


Dec. 9, 2006
Philadelphia rally on 25 anniversary
of Mumia's imprisonment

Pam Africa speaks at Dec. 9 2006 raly for Mumia
Pam Africa, above, speaks at a demonstration for Mumia
in front of Philadelpha City Hall on Dec. 9, the 25th
anniversary of Mumia arrest. There were also protests in
Mexico and Paris where 300 rallied for his freeedom.

The two photos below. After marching across
downtown Philadelphia the protesters
entered a hall for the afternoon rally

Dec. 9 2006 rally for Mumia

Dec. 9, 2006 Rall for Mumia

Posted on Nov. 24
Philadelphia Sat., Dec. 9


Photos: Anne Pruden
Top, many people honk for Mumia as the march gathered in Philadelphia on Feb. 11. Above, speakers in the Peoples' Court demand that Mumia's case be retried
based on the suppressed evidence.

On Feb. 11 people say:

Posted Jan 30, 2005
Demonstrate for MUMIAFEB 11
Come to a press conference and a hearing-
The People's Court
in Philadelphia

'Let the evidence be heard'

Demanding that the truth be heard in the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal, supporters will go ahead with a planned demonstration Feb. 11 in Philadelphia despite the cancellation of a hearing on his case scheduled for that day in front of Pennsylvania State Court Judge Pamela Dembe.

According to Abu-Jamal's attorney Robert R. Bryan, however, the Johnson Ruling has nothing to do with the evidence being presented. Dembe's latest ruling is clearly just one more in a long history of blatant denials of justice in the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal. . . . .

Call Judge Dembe to demand that Mumia's hearing be reinstated with him present. Dembe's phone number is 215-683-7148; her fax number is 215-683-7150.

For more information go Mumia.org

December 9, 2004 - New York City
Task force formed to support Mumia
Call for a national and international day of action on April 23, the day before Mumia Abu-Jamal's 51st birthday

To contact the International Concerned Family and Friends of MumiaAbu-Jamal, e-mail: icffmaj@aol.com or go online to www.mumia.org

Philadelphia April 24 march: 'Free Mumia & all political prisoners'


Nov. 1, 2003. Philadelphia
Court Refuses to hear evidence
Mumia activists again
demand justice


For news coverage from the Washinfton Post


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A working class
and anti-racist issue
Posted August 18
Between 5, 000 to 10,000 people, the overwhelming majority being of African descent, traveled from all over the country as well as Canada and lsewhere to attend some or all of the six hour millions for Reparations rally that took place near the U.S. Capitol. The average age ranged from the very young to the elderly.

The August 17th organizers announced that the next large event for Millions for Reparations will be held in September, 2003 at the United Nations. They have called for local reparations rallies to be held in every state leading up to this event.

Posted Aug 7, 2002

Rally August 17, Washington D.C.

Slavery is a crime against humanity. There is no statute of limitations. Justice demands reparations-the payment for hundreds of years of unpaid labor. The government's promise of 40 acres and a mule following the legal end of slavery was never met. The wealth of this country was built on the backs of African slave labor along with the theft of Indian lands, low paid immigrant workers, bloody wars of expansion, plunder and much more....


Photos above: Deirdre Griswold
A videotape was shown from a flat bed truck at 13th and Locust Streets, the site where Abu-Jamal's arrest took place 20 years ago on Dec. 9,. The tape allowed everyone there to see and hear Arnold Beverly, a hit man for the mob, confess that he had killed Daniel Faulkner, the police officer Mumia was convicted of shooting.

Since the Common Pleas State Court refused to accept this confession as evidence proving Abu-Jamal's innocence, efforts are being made to get the confession out to the public.

Minutes after the videotape was shown, police attacked the demonstration.

After police attack on Dec. 8 Mumia march
Philly activists say 'Drop the charges'


January 13, 2002

A new leaflet from the International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal.

Cclick here to download PDF leaflet

January 24, 2002
New brochure
on recent developments
and organizing work need
to build the April 6
and April 24 actions
to free Mumia
Click here to download PDF brochure


Culture for Mumia!
All Proceeds Benefit Mumia's
Legal Defense Fund!

April 24th is the 6th anniversary of the signing of the anti-terrorism and effective death penalty act into law by former President Clinton making legal appeals nearly impossible for nearly 4,000 people on death row

April 24th is Mumia's
48th birthday

(send him bday wishes at
175 Progress Drive,
Waynesburg, PA 15370)
Local Cultural Events and Fundraisers held nationally!
Philadelphia Int'l Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal

info: 215-476-8812


Join the letter writting campaign to help free Mumia Abu-Jamal.
To download card (2-up) in PDF format click here

Posted May 17, 2001

May 12 Int'l Day of Support
“Brick by brick,”
they roared in Philadelphia.
“Wall by wall,”
they echoed in San Francisco and Atlanta.

“We’re gonna free Mumia Abu-Jamal,”
reverberated from Australia to England.

Camp Free Mumia
Dillworth Plaza, Philly

For 48 hours beginning May 11 Dillworth Plaza was liberated
by those who believe that Mumia Abu-Jamal must be free.


uff & Mellow perform on May 12



Jan. 20 Washington, DC
as tens of thousands protested
Bush' inauguration
Photo on left and
below by G. Dunkel



Join the International Action Center
@ anti-FTAA demonstrations in Quebec and elsewhere
Look for our flags, banners and contingents at anti-FTAA
demonstrations in Quebec City, Buffalo, San Diego/
Tijuana and at solidarity actions around the country!

Look for the orange IAC flags.

To download graphic for the orange IAC Flags
or 2-up palm cards with Mumia's statement click on image


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