Save the life of Mumia Abu‐Jamal

August 5, 1995

The 26th Triennial Congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, August 1-6, 1995 in Helsinki, Finland:

The 26th International WILPF Congress urges the Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge to stay the execution of Mumia Abu‐Jamal scheduled for 17 August 1995, and to permit Mr. Jamal his inalienable right to a fair trial according to the constitution of the US and under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Background: On 2 June Governor Ridge signed a death warrant for Mumia Abu‐ Jamal. Mumia Abu‐Jamal is an African American accused of killing a Philadelphia police officer, Daniel Faulkner, on 3 December 1981.

Action: WILPF to appeal to the Governor of Pennsylvania.( Fax: +(1‐717) 783 3369.

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