Mutulu is Home with Family!

Today, the morning of December 16th, 2022, Dr. Mutulu Shakur was released from prison on parole! The decision to grant parole is based on federal law guidelines for “old law” prisoners, finding that Dr. Shakur poses no threat to the community, taking into consideration his exemplary conduct in prison, his medical condition and how much time he has served. Mutulu is now with his family. This victory was secured by the steadfast support of his legal team, his family and his community comprised of all of you.

Family & Friends of Mutulu Shakur (FFMS) is greatly appreciative of everyone’s support over the course of Mutulu’s decades in prison. We ask that everyone respect Dr. Shakur’s privacy while he spends the holidays with his family and concentrates on his health and healing. Any inquiries to FFMS can be directed to [email protected], and we will be sure to release more information as it is available. May everyone celebrate the achievement of securing his release and deepen our commitment to a more just future.

See the Ways to Support page for the most up-to-date information on how you can reach out to and support Dr. Mutulu Shakur.

10 thoughts on “Mutulu is Home with Family!

  1. Tumaini-Kehinde:Obafemi

    Lets us rejoice !!! We are happy to see one of our elders returning home able to tell us the stories from they own mouth āœŠāœŠ my father Tkhikuma took his trip home in the 2018 so he is smiling down knowing the struggle still goes on . Wishing the very best and most prosperous return to family for Mutulu . Looking forward to hearing from him .

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  2. Dr. Judson L. Jeffries

    Excellent. Long time coming. Iā€™m very happy for him. This is very, very good news. Good news indeed!!!

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  3. Sara

    Endless love and respect to you Dr Mutulu Shakur, you have helped me so much for nearly 20 years. I am eternally grateful and so happy that you are free and with your family.

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  4. Nube Brown

    Greetings Dr. Mutulu Shakur, and family and friends,
    I’m sending gratitude for you as living testaments, pillars, to the power of the people and LOVE for your release from captivity after all these years. I have elevated hope. Wishing you all beauty, light and love in quantum time….Can’t stop, Won’t stop!

    Peace, Nube brown

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  5. Lemenuel Lawton

    I met Mutulu in Lompoc he inspired me and many other young black men to be better men I count Mutulu as a friend it has been over 25 years since I seen my friend I pray for comfort I will never forget you my brother.

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