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RSS — The Freedom Archives contains over 10,000 hours of audio and video tapes. These recordings date from the late-60s to the mid-90s and chronicle the progressive history of the Bay Area, the United States, and international solidarity movements. The collection includes weekly news/ poetry/ music programs broadcast on several educational radio stations; in-depth interviews and reports on social and cultural issues; diverse activist voices; original and recorded music, poetry, original sound collages; and an extensive La Raza collection. These materials constitute a compelling record of 40 years of recorded sound, images and cultural diversity. The music/poetry mixes, production techniques, and sound collages represent an innovative contribution to the art of radio and the cultural ambiance of "the 60s" and subsequent decades. — This site serves as the official homepage of the Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition (NYC) and the International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal (ICFFMAJ) The Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition (NYC) is a group of individuals and organizations in New York organizing for the freedom of Mumia Abu-Jamal based on the evidence showing he is innocent. Join us to learn more and work for Mumia's freedom. — In the fall of  2006, Glen Ford, Bruce Dixon, Margaret Kimberley and Leutisha Stills of CBC Monitor left Black Commentator, which Ford had co-founded and edited since 2002, and launched Black Agenda Report. — The MOVE Organization is a family of strong, serious, deeply committed revolutionaries founded by a wise, perceptive, strategically minded Black man named JOHN AFRICA. The principle of our belief is explained in a collection of writings we call "The Guidelines," authored by JOHN AFRICA. To honor our beloved Founder, and acknowledge the wisdom and strength He has given us, we say "LONG LIVE JOHN AFRICA!" FREE THE MOVE 9! — Prisons on Fire Thirty years ago, America's prisons burned. Here's how, why, and what happened. Who were the Attica Brothers? Why did 1,500 Black, Puerto Rican, and white prisoners seize control of the New York prison? And who was George Jackson? And the Soledad Brothers? And why was he murdered by the San Quentin prison administration? What is the legacy of the prison movement? And what do these forgotten histories tell us about prisons, repression, and the struggle for freedom today? Through a mixtures of archival audio and contemporary interviews, music and narration, we hear the voices of George Jackson; Jonathan Jackson Jr.; Georgia Jackson (mother of George and Jonathan Jackson); Angela Davis; David Hilliard (former Black Panther Party leader); James Baldwin; Harry Belafonte; David Johnson, Hugo Pinell, Luis Talamantez and Sundiata Tate; Frank "Big Black" Smith (Attica Brother and prison activist); William Kunstler; Elizabeth Fink and Michael Deutsch (attorneys for the Attica Brothers); L.D. Barkley (Attica Brother, murdered in the retaking of the prison in September of 1971, and who announced the "Attica Manifesto" to the world); and Ruchell Magee (prison activist and leader, still in prison for his political activities). This documentary introduces and grapples with this history as well as lessons for today, and tomorrow. — Info on Book by former Angola 3 political prisoner, Robert King Wilkerson, "From the Bottom of the Heap," King's Candy, and Angola 3 related information. — The Take Back the Land Movement is a national network of organizations dedicated to elevating housing to the level of a human right and securing community control over land. — Jericho is a movement with the defined goal of gaining recognition of the fact that political prisoners and prisoners of war exist inside of the United States despite the United States’ government’s continued denial ... and winning amnesty and freedom for these political prisoners. — The love-call of this site is to offer encouragement to people who might not know that they can to do great things. It is also an organic hub for activist solutions and rough and tumble ideas. When a batter faces oppressive winds, she swings hard to hit her ball over the fence.  
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