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April 27, 2021

Links to Videos of April 23-25 Mumia, Maroon, Walter Wallace Events and 4/26 MOVE Press Conference

If you were unable to attend the April 23rd to 25th events, you can watch them at the following links:

Also, make sure to see the great photos by Joe Piette (April 24):

(April 25):

All Out For Mumia: Virtual Fundraiser & Speak Out (Friday, April 23 @ 6pm EDT):

Virtual Fundraiser & Speak Out: Activists, youth, writers and musicians will express what Mumia means to the movement today! Tune in for an evening of solidarity with Mumia Abu-Jamal, featuring messages/performances from:  Colin Kaepernick, Angela Davis, Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Marc Lamont Hill, Susan Abulhawa, Robin D.G. Kelley, Monica Moorehead, Jello Biafra, Aztlán Underground, Taina Asili, Mike Africa Jr. and more! Also including PA death row exoneree, Roderick Johnson, youth activists in support of Mumia and the premiere of a special conversation with Mumia!

Spirit of Mandela Webinar on International Tribunal 2021 (Friday, April 23, 2021 @ 8 pm EDT):

We Answer — International Tribunal 2021: Why Now? What to Do!

Featuring: Jalil Muntaqim, recently released Black Panther political prisoner; Nkechi Taifa, author, advocate, and Tribunal Chief Prosecutor; Jihad Abdulmumit, National Jericho Movement; Pam Africa, International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal; Lenny Foster, American Indian Movement/International Indian Treaty Council, spiritual advisor to Leonard Peltier; dequi kioni-sadiki, Northeast Political Prisoner Coalition; A’isha Mohammad, spoken word poet, Oakland Jericho, National Jericho Movement; Matt Meyer: International Peace Research Association

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All Out For Mumia - Taking The Streets For Mumia (Sat., April 24 @ 2pm EDT):

Join us as we take the streets to demand Mumia's Immediate Release on his birthday!!! Hear from Immortal Technique, M1 of Dead Prez, Chairman Fred Hampton Jr, and several of the many local and visiting artists and speakers who love our Freedom Fighter Mumia.

We gather on Mumia's birthday every year. This year is MUCH MORE URGENT! They are attempting to kill him because they know they cannot justify his capture any longer and they will have to release him. His freedom depends on the Love and Power of the People. So let's go!

The State is slowly killing Mumia Abu-Jamal (unfairly convicted and imprisoned since 1981) through medical neglect. He's still recovering from COVID. He has Congestive Heart Failure. He has Cirrhosis of the Liver & a severe skin ailment. They want him to die in prison. WE SAY NO!!!! Join us in Philly this year, as Mumia turns 67 on Saturday, April 24th. Let Mumia know that we will fight against the state's attempt to murder him! In spite of a pandemic, we were thousands in the street against the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Walter Wallace Jr. Come out now to stop the murder of Mumia - before it's too late!

This weekend will feature a series of events that uplift the things he fights for. We will honor other freedom fighters, and remember Walter Wallace Jr, who was murdered just six months ago - as we let the state know, WE WANT MUMIA HOME!

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All Out For Mumia - In The Spirit Of Maroon! Long Live Walter Wallace Jr! (Sun., April 25th @ 8 am EDT):

Join us as we honor incarcerated veteran Black Panther Russell Maroon Shoatz with a community clean up, prayer and celebration of Maroon Garden.

At 1pm, we will march over to Malcolm X Park at Pine and 52nd St, to remember Walter Wallace Jr, who was killed by Philadelphia police in October 2020, and honor the fight of all freedom fighters.

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All Out For Mumia - In The Spirit Of Maroon! Long Live Walter Wallace Jr! (Sun., April 25th @ 1 pm EDT):

This is the march from the Maroon Garden to Malcolm X Park and the rally there

MOVE Press Conference 4/26: Addressing UPenn & Princeton's Theft of Bones of Murdered MOVE Children:

For decades, Penn Museum at University of Pennsylvania unethically held hostage the remains of Delisha Africa and Tree Africa, two children killed in the May 13, 1985 bombing of MOVE by the city of Philadelphia.

They did so without the knowledge and consent of their living family members, who believed they were buried in 1985.

This means that not only were MOVE children abused and mistreated, bombed and burned by the police, now we find out that they have not been allowed to rest in peace.

We demand answers, the return of the remains of Delisha and Tree Africa, and justice for MOVE.

Sign on and share demands at

The demands are:

1-immediate return of remains of Delisha and Tree Africa

2-full investigation of Penn and Princeton’s role in the unethical possession of their remains

3-fire Penn faculty and curator Janet Monge

4-a formal apology from Princeton and Penn

5-reparations for these atrocities