“They going to have to negotiate in the end. It’s not about Ukraine, it’s not about democracy, it’s not about freedom, it’s about degrading Russia.” — Chris Hedges
Chris Hedges: The Young Lords: A Radical History
with Chris Hedges
Originally on RT America on Nov 4, 2021
The Chris Hedges YouTube Channel on Jul 1, 2022
On the show, Chris Hedges discusses the legacy of the radical group the Young Lords with Professor Johanna Fernández.
Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal Granted Right Of Appeal + Court Decision Likely Win for Mumia
Updated: Jan. 19, 2019
TheRealNews on Jan 8, 2019
The world’s most renowned death-row inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal has been granted the right of appeal after 30 years. Eddie Conway, former Black Panther wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for 44 years himself, now released, discusses Mumia’s case with Scholar Anthony Monteiro.
Murder Incorporated by David Swanson + To Hell With Manifest Destiny
by David Swanson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Let’s Try Democracy, June 17, 2018
December 4, 2018
Murder Incorporated is a three-book series by Mumia Abu Jamal and Stephen Vittoria, which I can highly recommend based on the first book. The other two are not out yet.
Chris Hedges and Mumia Abu-Jamal: 32nd Anniversary of MOVE Bombing
with Chris Hedges
Originally on RT America on May 13, 2017
The Chris Hedges YouTube Channel on Jul 7, 2022
This week, imprisoned writer and activist Mumia Abu Jamal joins On Contact by phone from prison to discuss the new-slave narrative and state persecution. And on the 32nd anniversary of the Philadelphia police bombing of the radical MOVE organization headquarters, Chris Hedges is joined by MOVE members Ramona and Pam Africa. RT Correspondent Anya Parampil looks at the trial of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Imagine: Living in a Socialist USA
originally posted Feb. 11, 2014
Joe Friendly on May 30, 2014
Editors Frances Goldin, Debby Smith, and Michael Steven Smith, join with 2 of the many contributing authors, Clifford D. Conner and Mat Callahan to discuss their book, Imagine Living In A Socialist USA, how it got published, how it has been received, and wondering how socialism might happen in the USA and what it would look like, for example how it would impact the arts and sciences. May 29, 2014 at Alwan For The Arts. video: Joe Friendly.
Abby Martin and Cornel West: Capitalism Cannot Exist Without Racism
with Abby Martin
teleSUR English on Feb 14, 2016
During Black History Month, as the U.S. pays homage to African Americans who have changed the course of history, the establishment shows us a revised version that omits a critical piece: the Black radical political tradition.
Imagine: Living in a Socialist USA
January 27, 2014
Frances Goldin (Co-editor); Debby Smith (Co-editor); Michael Steven Smith (Co-editor)
Editors of the book “Imagine,” along with some of the contributors to the book, talk about the problems with capitalism and discuss what a socialist America would be like. Joining the discussion are contributors Mumia Abu-Jamal, Frances Fox Piven, Blanche Wiesen Cook, Kazembe Balagun, and Ronald Reosti [and Richard Wolff]. This event was hosted by Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in New York City.
Mumia Abu-Jamal: The Meeting of the Nerds: Cornel West, James Cone and Chris Hedges
mumiathemovie on Jun 19, 2013
Stephen Vittoria, director of “Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary”, speaks with Mumia Abu-Jamal on: Edward Snowden; Mumia’s recent visit w/Chris Hedges, James Cone, and Cornel West; the release of “Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary” on DVD; and the forthcoming book “Murder Incorporated: Empire, Genocide, and Manifest Destiny” currently being written by Vittoria and Mumia.
Noam Chomsky: Prison Industrial Complex (clip from Long Distance Revolutionary) + Mumia and The Black Panther Party
with Noam Chomsky
mumiathemovie·Jan 23, 2013
Long Distance Revolutionary opens NYC February 1, 2013
Opens Seattle February 22, 2013
Opens LA March 1, 2013
The Unsilenced Voice of a ‘Long-Distance Revolutionary’ by Chris Hedges
by Chris Hedges
December 10, 2012
I am sitting in the visiting area of the SCI Mahanoy prison in Frackville, Pa., on a rainy, cold Friday morning with Mumia Abu-Jamal, America’s most famous political prisoner and one of its few authentic revolutionaries. He is hunched forward on the gray plastic table, his dreadlocks cascading down the sides of his face, in a room that looks like a high school cafeteria. He is talking intently about the nature of empire, which he is currently reading voraciously about, and effective forms of resistance to tyranny throughout history. Small children, visiting their fathers or brothers, race around the floor, wail or clamber on the plastic chairs. Abu-Jamal, like the other prisoners in the room, is wearing a brown jumpsuit bearing the letters DOC—for Department of Corrections.
Michael Parenti on The State of Human Rights in the U.S.A. (clip from Long Distance Revolutionary)
with Michael Parenti
Michael Parenti Blog
October 31, 2012
[Clip from Long Distance Revolutionary – www.mumia-themovie.com/index.html]
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Mumia Abu-Jamal: Inheriting an Empire
www.prisonradio.org – listen: 2.57 Inheriting an Empire MP3
Crossposted at Thomas Paine’s Corner thanks, Jason.
By Mumia Abu-Jamal
written on 12/20/08
When Barack Hussein Obama takes the oath of office, he will receive more than the reins to the executive office of the U.S. government; he will inherit the rulership of empire, one that no American consciously voted for.
Mumia Abu-Jamal on Pres. Barack Obama
Dr. Donny on Nov 7, 2008
from Flashpoints on KPFA http://www.flashpoints.net
Saving bankers while home owners fail by Mumia Abu-Jamal
by Mumia Abu-Jamal on death row
Jul 20, 2008
Excerpts from a June 29 audio column. Go to prisonradio.org to hear Mumia’s commentaries and millions4mumia.org to get updates on his legal case and activities demanding a new trial.
Throughout the presidential primaries, while politicians amass millions from both corporate and private sources, how many times did you hear the subprime lending disaster discussed?