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Mumia Plakat 2010 by seven_resist

Benefit Poster for the Free Mumia Demonstration 11.12.2010 in Berlin.

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Who is Mumia Abu-Jamal?
Mumia Abu-Jamal is a renowned journalist from Philadelphia who has been in prison since 1981 and on death row since 1983 for allegedly shooting Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner. He is known as the “Voice of the Voiceless” for his award- winning reporting on police brutality and other social and racial epidemics that plague communities of color in Philadelphia and throughout the world. Mumia has received international support over the years in his efforts to overturn his unjust conviction


Free All Children by Kombizz

Israel is holding more than 5000 Palestinians in its prisons. 200 of them are children. The report by The Palestinian Prisoners Society says there are also 15 women among the prisoners. The group says Palestinian prisoners are subjected to torture and maltreatment in Israeli jails, with 1,400 of them suffering critical health conditions. It also says that 150 Palestinian prisoners are suffering from serious diseases such as cancer. Four have lost their lives this year alone due to their illnesses. The group is urging the international community and human rights organizations to take action against Israel. Meanwhile, international human rights ...........READ MORE

Carlos Alberto Torres – former US held Puerto Rican political prisoner & prisoner of war by vaga_bond

Carlos Alberto Torres – former US held Puerto Rican political prisoner & prisoner of war in El Barrio NYC. He’s standing in front of the Free Oscar & Avelino Mural on 107th Street between Lexington and 3rd Avenues. This shot is of Carlos standing in front of Oscar. Oscar Lopez Rivera & Avelino Claudio Gonzalez are two of the three currently held Puerto Rican political prisoners & prisoners of war being held in US prisons for fighting to free Puerto Rico of US colonialism.

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Berlin – The Kunsthaus Tacheles (Art House Tacheles), is an art center in Berlin, a large (9000 square meter) building on Oranienburger Straße in the district known as Mitte. Huge, colorful graffiti-style murals are painted on the exterior walls, and modern art sculptures are featured inside. The building houses an artists collective which is threatened with eviction.
Originally called "Friedrichsstadtpassagen", it was built as a department store in the Jewish quarter (Scheunenviertel) of Berlin, next to the synagogue. After serving as a Nazi prison for a short while, it was later partially demolished. After the Berlin Wall had come down, ...........READ MORE