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  • benjamin ramos
    The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign is organzing a special Holiday gathering for Dec. 15th, 2001!! Please join us on this special occasion and help us raise Money
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 1, 2001
      The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign is organzing a special Holiday gathering
      for Dec. 15th, 2001!!

      Please join us on this special occasion and help us raise Money for the
      ProLibertad Commissary Fund for the Puerto Rican Political Prisoners!! we
      have FUN, MUSIC, FOOD, AND SPECIAL ARTISAN AUCTIONS!!

      JOIN US AND MAKE THE PUERTO RICAN POLITICAL PRISONERS HOLIDAYS A LITTLE
      BETTER!!

      Saturday Dec. 15th, 2001 at 7pm
      The Brecht Forum 122 w27th St. (6-7th Avenues)on the 10th fl
      $10 donation, but no one will be turned away
      For more info. contact ProLibertad@...
      Bronx 718-601-4751, manhattan 212-927-9065, New Jersey 201-435-3244

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      A Tribute to 20 Years of Resistance from Death Row

      Sunday, December 9
      2 PM
      NYU Law School
      Vanderbilt Hall, Room 206
      (corner of West 4th & MacDougal)
      Donation requested

      Refuse & Resist! invites you to join with:

      Amy Goodman
      journalist and host of Deomcracy Now!

      Terry Bisson
      author of Mumia's biography, on a move: The Story of
      Mumia Abu-Jamal

      Frances Goldin
      literary agent for Mumia Abu-Jamal

      Debra Sweet
      Refuse & Resist!

      Chris Martin
      National Lawyer's Guild, NY Law School Chapter

      December 9, 2001, will mark 20 years since the
      incarceration of Mumia Abu-Jamal, with most of this
      time spent locked down on death row. To be held for
      20 years, in conditions of isolation and under
      constant threat of execution, is itself a form of
      cruel and degrading torture. To have this happen as
      the result of a trial that Amnesty International has
      called a travesty of justice is an outrage against
      human rights.

      Already targeted by police and the FBI from the age of
      15 for his opposition to racism and concern for
      justice, Mumia has championed the people, exposed
      police brutality and countless other injustices, and
      became known as "the voice of the voiceless". This
      was true in 1981 when he was targeted by police in the
      first place, and it's even more true now. From death
      row Mumia, through his voice, his writings and his
      firm stand has come to represent the aspirations of
      people for a better world. In today's political
      climate with all of the government's attempts to
      suppress dissent, Mumia, the voice of the voiceless,
      is more precious than ever to the people.

      Stop the Execution! Overturn the Conviction!
      Free Mumia Abu-Jamal!

      Contact Refuse & Resist! at www.refuseandresist.org or
      email the NY chapter at rnrnyc@...
      or call 212-713-5657.

      The event is cosponsored by National Lawyers Guild chapters at NY Law
      and NYU Law Schools.








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