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MUMIA Long Distance Revolutionary
By Bob / filmsforaction.org
Jul 16, 2013

Please join us at KNYO and Films for Action Fort Bragg at 325 N. Franklin St. in Fort Bragg on Saturday July 27 at 7 PM for a screening of Stephen Vittoria's stunning film MUMIA Long Distance Revolutionary, the story of the brilliant radio journalist who spent 30 years in solitary confinement on Death Row and whose commentaries continue to be powerful, insightful and uplifting.  The Boston Globe called it "Uncompromising, disturbing..", the Huffington Post said "..a must-see for any and all who are concerned with upholding the constitutional rights of all Americans." At 6 PM we will show the companion short film "Manufacturing Guilt", main feature at 7, refreshments available. 

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