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From Cell to Screen: The Story of Mumia Abu-Jamal — Part 2
Alex Simon (reposted by Prison Radio)
Filmmakers Noelle Hanrahan (of Prison Radio, in SF) and Stephen Vittoria further discuss their new documentary about political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal. They explain that the film's title “Long Distance Revolutionary,” refers "to a man who in the 1960s, not only cut his teeth and nurtured himself on the revolution that was taking place in the streets, but wholeheartedly believed in all its tenets. Flash- forward to over forty years later and he has never stopped believing, never stopped moving that revolution forward."

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