National Faith Coalition Urges Federal Officials To Release Dying Movement Elder Mutulu Shakur
Exclusive: National Faith Coalition Urges Federal Officials To Release Dying Movement Elder Mutulu Shakur
The Jericho Movement Supports The Mapping Project
The Jericho Movement would like to express our immense gratitude for all the work that has gone into The Mapping Project in Boston, MA.
Kevin Rashid Johnson has Prostate Cancer and Must Start Treatment Immediately
Rashid has learned he has prostate cancer and wrote a story that will be posted at SF Bay View either tonight or tomorrow. He needs all his supporters to call the Virginia authorities and urge that he begin treatment immediately.
Will a Judge Force Cancer-Stricken Black Elder Mutulu Shakur to Die Behind Bars?
Sundiata Acoli is Home with His Family!
From Bring Sundiata Home Alliance:
Dr. Mutulu Shakur June 2022 Health and Legal Update
We are so grateful for the outpouring of love and support for Mutulu – and we want to update his friends and supporters with information from Mutulu himself, and from the medical records. We understand that people want to share information on social media, but we respectfully ask that people share only information that Mutulu and his support team have consented to be shared publicly.
Dr. Mutulu Shakur denied mandatory parole... Again!
From: Family & Friends of Mutulu Shakur <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On May 16, 2022, Dr. Mutulu Shakur was denied mandatory parole by the U.S. Parole Commission.
This is the ninth time Dr. Shakur has been denied parole by the USPC, and the second time he has been denied mandatory parole.
The Supreme Court Just Gutted Another Constitutional Righthttps://slate.com/news-and-politics/2022/05/scotus-constitutional-right-habeas-corpus-prison-death-row.html
The Supreme Court Just Gutted Another Constitutional Right
New Jersey Supreme Court Orders Sundiata Acoli's Release!
TRENTON, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The New Jersey Supreme Court correctly upheld the law today, granting the release of 85-year-old Sundiata Acoli after serving more than 49 years in prison. The Supreme Court ruled that the parole board unlawfully denied Mr.