29th of EVERY month for Oscar Lopez Rivera


Inspired by the “5th of every month for the Cuban 5” campaign and the 33 x Oscar initiative in Puerto Rico, The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign has decided to dedicate the 29th of every month to Oscar Lopez Rivera!

On the 29th of each month, we’re asking all our allies and supporters to CALL THE WHITE HOUSE AND DEMAND THE RELEASE OF PUERTO RICAN POLITICAL PRISONER OSCAR LOPEZ RIVERA!

Call President Obama at 202-456-1111 and leave a message!  Let him know that Oscar Lopez Rivera has been in prison for too long and deserves to go home! 

We need to flood the voice mail with our united demands for freedom! 

Sample Message for your phone call:
President Obama, I ask that you free Puerto Rican Political Prisoner, Oscar Lopez Rivera.  Since 1981, he has been in jail for fighting for Puerto Rican independence; he never committed a violent crime and has been a model prisoner.  I ask that you follow in the foot steps of Presidents Truman, Carter, and Clinton, who freed other Puerto Rican activists, and set Oscar free!


Coalition For Justice Fights On, Justice For Dontre NOW!

Milwaukee, WI April 17, 2015 — — “They wanted us to go away. They wanted us to stop. They wanted us to be satisfied. But we are not, and we won’t be until Black life is valued and respected in our city,” said Nate Hamilton, brother of Dontre Hamilton. On Tuesday, April 21 at 12 Noon, the Coalition For Justice and Hamilton Family will hold a press conference at Red Arrow Park to announce the one year anniversary of Dontre Hamilton’s death that is approaching at the end of this month. Dontre Hamilton was murdered by a Milwaukee Police Officer, for resting in a public park. On Thursday, April 30, the one year anniversary, the city will stand at Dontre’s ground zero.

Hundreds rally at Red Arrow Park in Milwaukee August 22, 2014  to demand justice for Michael Brown, Dontre Hamilton & other Victims of police terror. [Photo: WI BOPM]

Hundreds rally at Red Arrow Park in Milwaukee August 22, 2014 to demand justice for Michael Brown, Dontre Hamilton & other Victims of police terror. [Photo: WI BOPM]

Rockford, IL, April 24: Rally for Mumia Abu-Jamal

In celebration of political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal’s 61st birthday, FIST calls for all those who oppose the injustice system which lets racist police who kill free and locks up community leaders to rally outside the jail in downtown Rockford at 1pm on Friday, April 24. Recently, Mumia has been facing a dire health crisis due to the prison’s purposeful ignoring of his medical needs. It has been their plan to murder this powerful leader since the day they locked him up and it has been the support of the people which have kept him alive to this day.

Recent news on Mumia: http://www.workers.org/articles/2015/04/14/national-day-of-action-supports-mumia-abu-jamal/

Come support this people’s hero and learn more about who he is and what his situation shows about the racist nature of the police and prison apparatus. This page will be updated as it gets closer to Friday with more details and works by Mumia.

PRESS RELEASE: http://tinyurl.com/ok7t3qy


U.S. Fact-Finding Delegation Returns From Cuba, Concludes “Colombia Peace Process Must Go Forward”

Alliance For Global Justice Action Alert: http://tinyurl.com/lflsfvb

The delegation agreed that the peace process must go forward. According to delagate Pamela Brubaker, “We have become convinced, after a week of intense discussions, of the urgent need to implement a bilateral cease fire between the negotiating parties.” Martha Grevatt spoke for the group saying, “We stand in solidarity with the people of Colombia – women, campesinos, students, unions, LGBT – who have come together in organizations and movements with a vision of a new Colombia, built on a foundation of equality, social justice, and a lasting peace. This is what the majority in Colombia wants.”