Inside The Activist Studio At The National Black Theater In Harlem


‘On Friday March 11th, join The Campaign to Bring Mumia Home at the National Black Theater as we premiere the first episode of Inside the Activist Studio. 

Former 33 year long U.S. Government held Black Panther Party/BLA Political Prisoner Sekou Odinga will join us in a conversation about the experience, we will show clips of the final cut of the video, and talk about the Inside the Activist Studio project.

Inside the Activist Studio, is a project of the Campaign to Bring Mumia Home, is an interview based video series that features community activists. The goal of this project is to foster a culture of resistance by highlighting the lives and activities of contemporary activists and organizers. Documenting and exploring stories of courage, love, and commitment can help inspire a new generation of organizers and activists to build a better world.’

The Campaign to Bring Mumia Home Presents: Inside the Activist’s Studio, their premier screening.

National Black Theater, 2031 Fifth Avenue (bet. 126th and 125th Streets), New York, New York, (212) 722-3800,

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