Hard Knock Radio

Prison guard plot to kill a black inmate, Fort Lauderdale Police officers exchange of racist text messages and Mumia Abu-Jamal health crisis

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On today’s program we speak with Phillip Agnew, the Executive Director of Dream Defenders about two Florida state prison guards and a former corrections employee accused of KKK ties and plotting to kill a black inmate. As well as four Fort Lauderdale Police officers exchange of racist text messages between themselves. In the later half of the hour, we speak with Johanna¬†Fernandez about Mumia Abu-Jamal’s critical health crisis and planned days of action to get Abu-Jamal the expert care so¬†desperately needed.

dream 2Phillip Agnew is among the young activists defining Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream for the 21st century.

keep joJohanna Fernandez is a History Professor. Coordinator, Educators for Mumia Abu-Jamal. Fulbright Scholar (Jordan). Writer/Producer of the film Justice On Trial: The Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal. You can follow her @JohannaFernand

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