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Rag Radio 2010-10-05 -- Death Penalty and Mumia Abu-Jamal w/Joe Dubovy & Akwasi Evans

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A discussion about the death penalty and the cases of Mumia Abu-Jamal -- an African American journalist who has been on death row for 28 years -- Rodney Reed, and Cameron Todd Willingham. Guests: anti-death penalty activist Joe Dubovy and progressive journalist Akwasi Evans. Joe Dubovy was a founder of the New York Committee to Repeal the Death Penalty, which played a major role in overturning the death penalty -- and is the organizer of the Reed-Mumia Solidarity Committee that held a rally in Austin.Akwasi Evans is a civil rights activist who marched with Martin Luther King, and is founder and editor of NOKOA, The Observer, a progressive Austin weekly newspaper. Host and Producer: Thorne Dreyer; Engineer and Co-producer: Tracey Schulz

Rag Radio, Joe Dubovy, Akwasi Evans, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Rodney Reed, Cameron Todd Willingham, and The Death Penalty

“In Texas when a white man kills someone a black man goes to death row.” by Akwasi Evans

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