Our historical obligation: to pursue the total liberation of all oppressed people

  by Kijana Tashiri Askari “Whereas slavery, throughout its entire existence in the United States, is none other than a most barbarous, unprovoked and unjustifiable war of one portion of its citizens upon another portion – the only conditions of which are perpetual imprisonment and hopeless servitude or absolute extermination …” – Preamble to John […]

omnibus crime control and safe streetz act of 1968

  Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 42 U.S.C. § 3789d § 3789d. Prohibition of Federal control over State and local criminal justice agencies; prohibition of discrimination (a) General rule Nothing in this chapter or any other Act shall be construed to authorize any department, agency, officer, or employee of the United […]

A Brief History of The Bluez Guitar

  [by Zack Roberts] The blues is a kind of music that can be vocal, instrumental (blues guitar) or both. It applies the ‘blue’ notes which are established on a ‘minor pentatonic‘ scale almost all the time, otherwise accepted as the blues scale. Blues music was deducted from the African-American communities in the U.S. out […]

Update: Free Political Prisoner Sekou Cinque T.M. Kambui

  An Update First, to all of you who have signed this petition to call for the parole of US Political Prisoner Sekou Cinque T.M. Kambui, let me convey to you gratitude and appreciation on behalf of Sekou for your support. Second, over the weekend a link was added to inform all of you and […]

On Thiz Day In Black History (our story)

  Tubman (left) with Railroad Passengers   Date: Wed, 1853-04-20 On this date in 1853, Harriet Tubman began her work with the Underground Railroad. This was a network of antislavery activists who helped slaves escape from the South. On her first trip, Tubman brought her own sister and her sister’s two children out of slavery […]

THE BOOK OF KHALLID

    REVOLUTIONARY HOLY BOOK IS ON THE WAY THAT WILL BE A NEW REVELATION IN THE SCRIPTURES OF THE BLACK NATION AND OPPRESSED PEOPLES. THIS NEW BOOK OR SCRIPTURE WILL GIVE EYESIGHT TO THE BLIND AND COURAGE TO THE MEEK; INSPIRATION TO THE WEAK AND THIS SCRIPTURE WILL CAUSE A MAN TO STAND ON HIS […]

On Thiz Day in Black History (our story)

Pigmeat Markham Date: Mon, 1904-04-18 On this date we mark the birth of Pigmeat Markham in 1904. He was an African American comedian. From Durham, North Carolina, Dewey Pigmeat Markham began his long career in 1917, dancing in traveling shows. He traveled the southern ‘race’ circuit with blues singer Bessie Smith and later appeared on […]

42 Yearz of Solitary 42 Yearz of Innocence

A billboard campaign to mark the 42-year commemoration launched in New Orleans today. As we mark the 42nd year since the tragic and as yet, unsolved murder of Angola correctional officer Brent Miller, and the 42nd year since Albert Woodfox was first put in solitary for a crime he didn’t commit, we are confident that […]

Move Political Prisoner Debbie Africa’z Upcoming Parole Hearing

Ona Move Everybody! We just wanted to inform people that sometime in May Debbie (Sims) Africa will be going before The Pa Parole Board for what will be her now 7th parole hearing since 2008 . We are putting together a parole sample sheet and are asking that people sign it or write their own […]

On Thiz Day In Black History (our story)

Tue, 1963-04-16 On this date in 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was jailed in Birmingham, Alabama. While incarcerated there, he wrote, smuggled out of jail, and had printed his “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” a moving justification for the moral necessity of non-violent resistance to unjust laws. Reference: The Associated Press permissions 450 W. 33rd […]