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Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations Orders Mumia Abu-Jamal Support Group to Cease Fund Raising

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A state agency in Pennsylvania, Bureau of Charitable Organizations, has ordered the main non-profit fund-raisingorganization for imprisoned journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal–the International Concerned Families and Friends of MumiaAbu-Jamal–to stop soliciting contributions until it clears up what the Bureau calls questions about its finances.

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  • Pam Africa, International Concerned Families and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal.

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