Jericho Suggested Readings
Prepared by: Ashanti Omowali Alston and Adam Carpinelli
Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War
Abu-Jamal, Mumia. Live from Death Row. Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co, 1995.
“You cannot harm me, you cannot harm one who has dreamed a dream like mine” (Indian Warrior Song).
U.N. TORTURE ENVOY APPEALS AGAIN FOR VISIT TO U.S. PRISONS
GENEVA | BY STEPHANIE NEBEHAY
World | Tue Mar 8, 2016 12:56pm EST
Albert Woodfox, the last remaining member of the Angola 3 still behind bars, was released from prison 43 years and 10 months after he was first put in a 6x9 foot solitary cell for a crime he did not commit.
After watching some of the reported discussion between Black Lives Matter (#BLM) activists and Hillary Clinton, I thought there was one thing important that happened: Hillary asking those activists to provide her with an agenda and policy she could support and advocate. When considering the diverse ideological composition of the #BLM campaign it is important to review our history of struggle.
“Human Rights” in the Arab World: the Instruments of War, a Test Case for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
by Lana Habash