Black History in the Making: Reclaiming Our Past, Re-defining Our Future: FREE THEM ALL!



Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War

déqui kioni-sadiki, an activist with the Jericho Movement, which supports US-held political prisoners and prisoners of war. She is also a teacher, an author, and a radio host at WBAI in New York, and is married to Sekou Odinga, who was imprisoned for over 33 years for being a fighter for the Black Liberation Movement

The US government criminalizes resistance while denying the existence of hundreds of political prisoners and prisoners of war. Many have languished for decades in some of the most unhealthy, repressive, and torturous conditions anywhere in the world. Free them all!

Caging In COVID

Jerome Wright, New York State organizer for the Campaign to Halt Solitary Confinement, and The MAN Program (Mentoring and Nurturing), formerly incarcerated for over 30 years in New York state prisons.

A leading activist for ending solitary confinement vividly describes the terrifying impact of the pandemic, especially on the thousands of long-term prisoners who are aging with dangerous comorbidities. Free them all!

  • Russell “Maroon” Shoatz webinars on the urgent campaign to immediately release this 77-year old freedom fighter, incarcerated for 50 years, who is battling Stage 4 cancer and COVID-19:

Music Credits:

  • Nina Simone: “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free”
  • Gil Scott Heron: “Delta Man,” “ Winter In America,” “Alien,” “All of the Places We’ve Been”
  • Rebel Diaz: “Never A Prisoner! (Free Mumia)
Black History in the Making, Reclaiming our Past, Re-defining our Future
Produced in collaboration with the Pacifica Covid Task Force, the production team of Covid Race and Democracy, Pacifica Network Stations and affiliates throughout the country.
EDITOR: Polina Vasiliev
Akua Holt and Steve Zeltzer, Executive producers
Jon Almeleh, engineer,
Senior producer-editors, Polina Vasiliev, Lona Alias, Akono Kamau (media intern), and Akua Holt Fahima Seck, line producer
Theme music: Fela “Water No Get Enemy”
Special thanks, Knitting Factory Records