Chest: 22.5 in.
Length: 29 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Conart
This striking cutoff 90s tee comes from the National Day of Art to Stop the Execution of Mumia Abu-Jamal, held on September 11, 1999. The political activist was sentenced to death after being convicted of the murder of Philadelphia police officer, Daniel Faulkner.
Before his conviction, Abu-Jamal was a radio broadcoaster for WHAT, WHYY, and WPEN. He was one of the founders of the Philadelphia Black Panthers branch alongside Reggie Schell. He conducted a number of high-profile interviews with Julius Erving, Bob Marley, and Alex Haley.
While in prison, Abu-Jamal published books and commentaries addressing the criminal justice system and the Black Panthers, including his book, “Live from Death Row,” published in 1995.
This shirt fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large. The sleeves and collar have been cut, see pics.