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O3 Protest Against Prison-Industrial Police State
04 Oct 2000
O3 debate protest in Roxbury-Dorchester community expressed
collective moral outrage against the prison system supported by Bush-Gore
and spoke out to free Mumia Abu-Jamal from death row.
The O3 debate protest gave the people of Roxbury and Dorchester a voice to
speak out against the racist prison-police state injustice system. Gathering
at 5pm in front of the military outpost otherwise known as the Dudley Square
Boston Police station, street theater and inspired speakers indited the
Bush-Gore capitalist system that puts poor people and people of color in
prison while the real criminals,Bush-Gore and the ruling class warmakers, go
free.While our brother Mumia Abu-Jamal suffers on death row,Bush-Gore were
allowed to debate their lies in front of tens of millions of brainwashed TV
viewers, rubberstamped by one-dimensional corporate puppets(the corporate
news media).The demo and march resounded in the faces of the
Roxbury-Dorchester community, with onlookers showing their support for issues
they've wanted to vocalize all their lives.The protest reached the main O3
debate protest site at Univ. of Mass. and carried with them the collective
moral outrage of poor people against the war being waged against them by
Bush-Gore and the whole undemocratic, repressive Amerikan system.Every 4
years it's the same tired story,corrupt politicians win and the people, you
and me, lose.The real debate was in the streets last night, with the people,
not in the sterile, orchestrated hall at Univ. of Mass. If Bush-Gore win in
November, there will be a counter-inaugural protest in D.C. Sat., Jan. 20, 2001.
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