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TOM MANNING

"Revolution is never begun anew,
only continued where others left off."
HISTORY
A Short Biography

POLITICAL PRISONER
Mailing Address
Latest Update

CULTURE  WORK
      "ART GALLERY"
Portraits #1
Portraits #2
Portraits #3
Nature
Experimental

POETRY
Collection #1

ESSAYS
Armed Struggle
May 19th Revolutionaries
Workers World Letter

FRIENDS & RADES
Photo Album
Puerto Rico Statement

LEGAL & MEDICAL
Medical History
Latest Medical Update

LINKS
Ray Levasseur
Jaan Laaman
Anarchist Black
  Cross Federation
 

Tom Manning is a Vietnam veteran, working class revolutionary and US political prisoner. He militantly struggled against the war in Vietnam and supports the right of self-determination of all oppressed peoples. Tom Manning was captured in 1985 and sentenced to 58 years in federal prison for a series of bombings carried out as "armed propaganda" against apartheid and U.S. imperialism.  He tirelessly fought against racist, genocidal capitalism in the USA.   Tom Manning was also wrongly sentenced to 80 years in prison for the self-defense killing of a New Jersey state trooper. 

Tom Manning has been subject to  human rights violations that include physical abuse, lock-down, and solitary confinement.  Due to past beatings and an unattended arthritric condition, he now requires medical treatment for a degenerative hip injury and a arthritic right knee!

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Let this freedom fighter know we care about him.  You can write directly to Tom Manning at the  address below:
Thomas W. Manning
10373-016 
 P.O. Box 4000 
MCFP 
        Springfield, MO 65801-4000
Tom Manning has always been on the frontline to help all exploited and oppressed peoples. Now itís time for us to show our support and help him!  Send him messages of solidarity, donations, books, etc.  Free Tom Manning!


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TOM  MANNING
Revolutionary

Anti-Imperialist
Freedom Fighter
Culture Worker
U.S. Political Prisoner
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