Death Blossoms "Reflections from a Prisoner of Conscience" - Mumia Abu-Jamal
Profound meditations on life, death, freedom, family, and faith, written by radical Black journalist, Mumia Abu-Jamal, while he was awaiting his execution.
Journalist and activist Mumia Abu-Jamal has been imprisoned since 1982 for the killing of a police officer, a crime he steadfastly maintained he did not commit. In 1996, after serving more than a decade on death row, and with the likelihood of execution looming, he began receiving regular visits from members of the Bruderhof spiritual community, a group of refugees from Hitler's Germany. Inspired by these encounters, Mumia began to write a series of personal essays reflecting on his search for spiritual meaning within a society plagued by materialism, hypocrisy, and violence. "Many people say it is insane to resist the system," writes Mumia, "but actually it is insane not to."
Death Blossoms - Mumia Abu-Jamal
The book is in overall good condition. Slight wear of the cover and some discoloration of the pages. A mark on the front cover as shown in the picture
Publisher: Plough Publishing House
Pub date: 31 December 1996
Number of pages: 158