Saturday, February 16, is the day that the powerful new film on Mumia Abu-Jamal, The Long Distance Revolutionary, shows on the campus of Princeton University. It debuted last week in New York City and was held over for extended stay because of large audiences. The film in Princeton starts promptly at 12:30 pm, and will be followed by a panel featuring Ramona Africa (Minister of Information, MOVE), Johanna Fernandez (American History, Baruch College CUNY) and Mark Taylor (Religion & Society, Princeton Theological Seminary). It will be shown at the Carl A. Fields Center of Princeton University. Click HERE FOR DIRECTIONS to the Center. Questions: call Mark Taylor (609) 497-7918.
AND – make a whole day of it on Saturday! In the morning we begin with another film, The House I Live In, a Sundance Festival Grand Jury Award winner, which deals with the drug war and mass incarceration. Remember, “the struggle is one:” – fighting to Free Mumia, ending Mass Incarceration, and achieving justice for all. See you Saturday. Princeton Seminary students will be on the Princeton sidewalks on Friday, leafletting about the all day film festival.
For Princeton Seminary’s Poster for this Film Festival, click MassIncarcerationPoster .