After protest action, “Occupy the Justice Department for Mumia Abu-Jamal,” D.C. (April 24, 2012). Clockwise from top-left to bottom-left: Teddy Reeves, Nate Maddox, Amos Caley, Emilee Walker-Cornetta, Andrew Walker-Cornetta, Edward Lewis, Mark Taylor, Matt Smith, Nyle Fort, Heath Pearson.
Below are some of the movements and organizations taking up the work of liberating spirit. I have selected those in which I have some involvement, or which I think are making an important contribution today given the antagonisms and crises of the day.
EDUCATORS FOR MUMIA ABU-JAMAL
and Educators for Mumia Abu-Jamal On Facebook
International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
Campaign to Bring Mumia Home
ON A MOVE – Web Site of the Move Organization
S A M I – STUDENTS AGAINST MASS INCARCERATION
ZAPATISTAS IN MEXICO PUBLISH NEW COMMUNIQUES (Spanish & English Versions)
(A brief summary of these communiques is available from the Mexico Solidarity Network)
CAAAV – ORGANIZING ASIAN COMMUNITIES and at Facebook
PROTESTING “STOP & FRISK” – THE WORLD CAN’T WAIT
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS
The AAUP Chapter at Princeton Theological Seminary
MEXICO SOLIDARITY NETWORK
Autonomous Center/Centro Autónomo
AUSM Autonomous University of Social Movements
IDLE NO MORE – Unified and Standing Together for Indigenous Sovereignty!
KOREAN AMERICAN RESEARCH & CULTURAL CENTER & at facebook
A JUST HARVEST