Partisan Defense Committee
The Partisan Defense Committee describes itself as "a class-struggle, non-sectarian legal and social defense organization that champions cases and causes in the interests of the whole of the working people." The PDC works in accordance with the political orientation of the Spartacist League. The committee organizes demonstrations and performs legal work in defense of "class struggle" prisoners. Its longest standing campaign has been in defense of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
The PDC describes the following 15 people as "class-war prisoners" and provides small stipends to them:
- Mumia Abu-Jamal
- Leonard Peltier
- 7 members of MOVE
- Chuck Africa
- Michael Africa
- Debbie Africa
- Janet Africa
- Janine Africa
- Delbert Africa
- Eddie Africa
- Albert Woodfox of the Angola Three
- The remaining 2 of the Ohio 7
- Rice/Poindexter case
- Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa (f.k.a. David Rice)
- Ed Poindexter
- Hugo Pinell of the San Quentin Six
- Kunerth, Jeff (January 22, 1989). "March Sets Off Protest In Atlanta. A Few White Supremacists Draw About 1,000 Opponents". Orlando Sentinel - Orlando, Fla. p. A.11. Retrieved 2009-11-05.
- "Snow Muffles Threat of Rally Violence // Protest Crowd Estimated at 300 to 350". The Pantagraph - Bloomington, Illinois. January 17, 1994. Retrieved 2009-11-05.
- Stipends to Class-War Prisoners—Revival of the ILD Tradition
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