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ORIGINAL FRENCH ARTICLE: Un journaliste en enfer : un article exceptionnel de Mumia Abu-Jamal

by Mumia Abu-Jamal

Journalism in Hell

Translated Tuesday 23 June 2009, by Henry Crapo

Mumia Abu-Jamal, still an active journalist, reports from his present beat, the jail-house death row.

Since his article as it appeared in l’Humanité this weekend is a French translation of the English language original, our readers will surely prefer to read the latter, which is available at the site of the Philadelphia Independent media center, PhillyIMC. Voilà:

The short introduction by l’Humanité reads:
He has never ceased being a journalist. From death row, Mumia Abu-Jamal writes an article for Reporters without Borders.


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