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Rebroadcast of Wanda's Picks Special aired Thursday afternoon, April 21, 2011 featuring Oleta Adams and husband, John Cushon appearing at the Rrazz Room next week, April 28-30; Rev. Debbie Lee, narrator of the film, Living Along the Fenceline screening in a free program at Mills College in Oakland, April 27; Deputy Chief Velda Dobson-Davis and Michelle Sabin, Valley State Women's Prison, address Domestic Violence; Pam Africa, Robert King and Chris Stephen Kinder, and Deirdre Wilson speak about Mumia Abu Jamal's case specifically, and within the context of policial prisoners in US prisons, his birthday April 24, and a screening of the film: Justice on Trial also on Sunday, April 24. We also announce a special symposium organized by ANC veteran Frank Wilderson and his colleagues at UT, Austin, Sat., April 23, 2011, 9 AM to 5:30 PM (Central Time). Join on skype: costavargas or 512-471-4362. Political prisoners are a part of all the roundtables: Exiting the Museum of Political Incarceration at 10 AM with Sundiata Acoli joined by Robert King, and two scholars, Sexual Violence, Gender Imprisonment & Self Defense at 12:30 PM, with Mutulu Shakur joined by scholars, Political Violence & the State's Response, 2:30 PM with Jalil Muntaqim. This conference is specific to African Americans or black people ensnared within th US penal system minimum and maximum. If you are in Austin: Black Imprisonment, Here and Now! is being held at the african and African Diaspora Studies Dept. inn GRG, 2nd Floor at the University of Texas, Austin. Contributions on the topic of Black Political Imprisonment, are also encouraged via the Harriet Tubman Literary Circle [HTLC] digital repository: firstname.lastname@example.org http://reporistories.lib.utexas.edu/handle/2152/7828
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