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|Named Person:||Mumia Abu-Jamal; Mumia Abu-Jamal|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Noam Chomsky; Michael Parenti; Howard Zinn; Ralph Nader; Elliot Grossman; JusticeVision (Organization)
|Notes:||Title from cassette label.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (ca. 8 hr.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.|
|Contents:||Noam Chomsky: "The new war on terrorism," MIT Technology & Culture Forum, Boston, 10/18/01 (2:09) --
Michael Parenti: "Globalization & terrorism," Modesto Junior College, 9/20/01 (1:08) --
Howard Zinn: "The artist's role in effecting social change," Massachusetts College of Art, Boston,10/10/01 (1:47) --
Ralph Nader, with Medea Benjamin, Paul Krassner, musician Michael Franti, and others: "Rally for Peace, Global Justice and Public Power", part of the "People Have the Power Tour", San Francisco Masonic Center, 10/11/01; the final 2 hours 32 minutes only --
Elliot Grossman: The new lawyer of Mumia Abu Jamal, shows a videotaped deposition of Arnold Beverly, a man who claims to have killed Officer Faulkner, and discusses the history and implications of the case. Also includes KPFA programers Anita Johnson and Waylon Southon on their Mumia CD. Part of the "Mumia Alive, Mumia Free" event at 33 1/3 Gallery, L.A., Ca., 9/28/01; 48 mins.
|Other Titles:||"Why" Video|