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(Workers World) Mumia supporters highlight HVC epidemic (November 19, 2015)
Philadelphia - An "Emergency Town Hall and Report to the People" was held here Nov. 13 to garner support for a campaign demanding that the state of Pennsylvania immediately provide life-saving drugs for imprisoned journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal and thousands of other prisoners suffering from the hepatitis C virus. The event was held at the Friends Center before a standing-room-only crowd.
(The Black Agenda Report) The People Demand Treatment for Mumia and 10,000 PA Inmates Suffering from Hepatitis C (November 17, 2015)
"They contend that Abu-Jamal and the others are not sick enough to get immediate treatment."
An international coalition of health care professionals, unionists, educators and lawmakers gathered recently at the American Friends Center in Philadelphia to discuss the issue of treatment for Mumia Abu-Jamal and other Pennsylvania inmates suffering from the Hepatitis C Virus.
(WBAI - Radio, New York City) Building Bridges: Mumia Must Live (October 28, 2015)
(Workers World) Pam and Ramona Africa tour Bay Area for Mumia (October 22, 2015)
(Workers World) Health care providers call for hep C treatment for Mumia Abu-Jamal and other PA prisoners (October 7, 2015)
Offener Brief an Tom Wolf: Health care providers call for hep C treatment for Mumia Abu-Jamal and other PA prisoners
In einem Offenen Brief an Pennsylvanias Gouverneur Tom Wolf fordern Gesundheitsarbeiter*innen Hepatitis C Behandlung für Mumia Abu-Jamal und andere Gefangene im Bundesstaat:
(Buchbesprechung) Mumia Abu-Jamal's Eighth Book: Writing On The Wall
Stellungnahme der Autor*innen Gewerkschaft der USA
Resolution to Save the Life of Mumia Abu Jamal from "Medical Neglect"
From the National Writers Union, August 11, 2015
Where as Mumia Abu-Jamal, an African-American journalist and former member of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, who was president of the Philadelphia Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, was sentenced to the death penalty in 1982 for allegedly killing a white policeman. The judgment was based on fraudulent court proceedings, including an incompetent lawyer who neglected evidence showing Abu-Jamal's innocence, a nearly all-white jury (which studies show often produces the same result as an all-white jury with a Black defendant), self-serving witnesses, and a biased judge, which show that Abu-Jamal is an innocent man who should never have been in jail in the first place and who is a political prisoner in Pennsylvania.