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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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