01 Apr Season 3, Episode 7 – Prison Radio & #LoveNotPhear: The Struggle to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal
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“Inside these prison walls, love is really the closest thing that you have to freedom.” – Comrade Pitt Panther, Prison Radio Correspondent.
This episode focuses on the work of Prison Radio and the #LoveNotPhear campaign to free journalist, author and activist Mumia Abu-Jamal. We hear from organizers and family members of incarcerated people, and incarcerated folks themselves, mobilizing movements for freedom. Founder and Legal Director Noelle Hanrahan shares the origins of Prison Radio and gives an update on Mumia’s case; Jamal Hart Jr. speaks on his experience growing up seeing his grandfather, Mumia in prison; and Mike Africa Jr. articulates the philosophy and motivation behind the #LoveNotPhear campaign.
The Word of the Day for this episode is Prison Abolition. Art by Comrade Pitt Panther @pittpanther_art and written by Tina Orlandini with additional commentary in the episode by Mumia Abu-Jamal.
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