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Abu-Jamal Tells of Life at Sci Greene Prison

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At the beginning of every month we bring you a new commentary from death row prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal. A year ago we broadcast Abu-Jamal reading his own commentaries. Since that time Pennsylvania prison authorities cracked down on prisoners. Now inmates can not be photographed, audiotaped or videotaped. In response, Democracy Now! has decided to broadcast Abu Jamal’s latest commentaries as read by well known activists and artists. Today’s commentary is read by Irish activist Bernadette Devlin McAliskey.

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