Prisoners Of Conscience Committee

Prisoners Of Conscience Committee
The Prisoners of Conscience Committee Founded by Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr. during the nine years he spent in prison in the 1990's.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

The documentary film "Chairman Fred Hampton Way", Saturday October 29, 2011

The documentary film "Chairman Fred Hampton Way", produced and directed by Ray L. Baker Jr., will be screened in the U.N. Film Festival, Global Wake-up
Saturday, October 29, 2011
8:00 p.m.
Columbia College
1100 South Wabash Ave.
8th Floor.  Room A
Chicago, IL
For information:  773-256-9451


  1. When JR was in NY (ithink in 2l010) we not only raised over $250.00 that was given to him at the IAC in NY city at a showing of Small Axe as a part of a Mumia Coalition. He became a STAR over night in his mind and the next thing we were having a meeting at St Mary's Church sponsored by the NYC Mumia Coalition and JR was dictating who could be up front as speakers,whose pictures would be shown on the flyer and then the negro told us we had to get out of Dodge because another event was taking place as the same time we planned ours months ahead. We had a church full of folk who wanted to see young M Shabazz and this negro(JR) rushed out to join about 8 people at another meeting.In his mind and his advisors told him it would be a lot more folk present He also said he had seen the same old crowd before of old folk at the church. This is the crowd who had respect for Chairman Fred and there for extended that to JR because we do not JR. We were eager to support the PPOC and the Chairmans Program.JR imediatly rushed out of the church with a handful of folk or ontourage you would say. This treatment by JR of our Coalition and our supporters is still a topic of conversation in our Movement and our relation to struggle and who is in our movement.

    1. There is more to this discussion but thank you Chairman for raising all this with such frankness.
      This is part of the take that i witnessed.

      Sundiata Sadiq Mumia Coalition (NYC)