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Mumia Abu-Jamal: All Things Censored

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Mumia Abu-Jamal

AK Press / Alternative Tentacles

1998, CD

SKU: 1902593065


Well-known political prisoner, Mumia Abu-Jamal, is a prolific writer and author. Mumia has not only been fighting to stay alive, he has been waging a battle for the freedom to write and speak. In fact, this release was recorded by Prison Radio/Quixote just days before all media interviews were banned.

Mumia's battle to be heard intensified when former senator Bob Dole and the National Fraternal Order of Police, forced National Public Radio to cancel and censor Mumia's commentaries on All Things Considered. Journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal writes about racism, the death penalty, life on death row, and the corporate control of the media among other issues. He was a prominent writer and public radio journalist in Philadelphia at WUHY (now WHYY) prior to his incarceration.

Also featured on this CD are the voices Howard Zinn, Alice Walker, Dorothy Allison, Helen Prejean, Cornel West, Ron Hampton, Robbie Meeropol, Honorable Bruce Wright, Joycelyn Elders, William Kunstler, Manny Marable, Judi Bari, etc.


"Abu-Jamal must be heard" - Alice Walker

"The state would rather give me an Uzi than a microphone" - Mumia Abu-Jamal  


Track List:
  1. [untitled] (0:46)
  2. Dedication (0:59)
  3. From Death Row (0:39)
  4. War on the Poor (3:30)
  5. Media Is the Mirage (3:30)
  6. True African American History (3:37)
  7. Sister Helen Prejean (0:39)
  8. When Ineffective Means Effective (3:17)
  9. Death: The Poor's Prerogative? (2:51)
  10. A Rap Thing (4:10)
  11. Mother Loss (2:48)
  12. Acting Like Life's a Ballgame (4:20)
  13. May 13 Remembered, Part II (3:57)
  14. Seeds of Wisdom (3:12)
  15. NAFTA: A Pact Made in Hell (3:21)
  16. De Profundis (3:33)
  17. Justice Bruce Wright (0:41)
  18. No Law, No Rights (3:24)
  19. Sweet Roxanne (3:17)
  20. Blackmun Bows Out of Death Game (3:49)
  21. It's Not Nice to Fool With Mother Nature (2:46)
  22. South Africa (3:14)