|Activists, Performers Gather To Demand Mumia's Freedom
|The case of Mumia Abu Jamal has reached a new level as evidence never before
introduced could free the internationally celebrated, journalist and
death-row activist. To keep the pressure on the judicial system, prominent
advocates of social justice and human rights will gather for a three day
weekend to demand justice for Mumia. All events are free and open to the
public. Donations are encouraged.|
U.S. Representative John Conyers, Chuck D, Pam Africa, Rev.
Grayon Ellis Hagler, Englishman & Shango Band, Moya, Backyard Band, and other
celebrities, activists, spoken word, performers and long-time supporters will
rally on Friday, March 30 at First Congregational Church, 10th & G Sts., NW,
7 -10 p.m.
Learn how to organize for the upcoming case at a
national conference, i.e., workshops on media, developing constituent groups,
organizing skills, more. Childcare available. Lunch & possibly dinner on sale
for nominal fee. Sat, March 31, from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. First Congregational
Church, 10th & G Sts. NW.
|SUNDAY FREEDOM FESTIVAL|
Take part in a Freedom Festival ith D.C.'s best
spoken word artists, performers and speakers including, JunkYard Band,
Positive Vibrations, Moya, Luci Murphy, Rhythm Family, Human Prophets, Lololi
and much more. April 1, Malcolm X Park, 16th & Euclid, from 1 -8 p.m.
Join the move to Free Mumia Abu Jamal. For further information, call
202-973-2177 or visit www.j4mumia.org.