The Global African – Grenada: What Went Wrong?

Show -November 13, 2014 http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/the-global-african-311786/ Each week on “The Global African” host Bill Fletcher, Jr. addresses issues facing Africa and the African Diasporas. Today’s program focuses on the revolutionary and anti-imperialist government of the Caribbean island of Grenada under the popular leader Maurice Bishop from 1979-to 1983. Despite itssmall size Grenada had tremendous significance, due […]

November 20, 2014: Albert’s Overturned Conviction Upheld in Unanimous Decision

n We are thrilled and honored to announce that just hours ago, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Judge Brady’s 2013 ruling overturning Albert’s conviction for a third time in a 3-0, unanimous decision (View the official court ruling here.) Though the courts have finally ruled in the interest of justice, it may still […]

Thurs. Nov 27, 2014 National Day of Mourning

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27th –  National Day of Mourning 2014 Cole’s Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts Since 1970, Native Americans have gathered at noon on Cole’s Hill in Plymouth to commemorate a National Day of Mourning on the U.S. thanksgiving holiday. For many Native Americans this holiday is a reminder of the genocide of millions of Native people, […]

20 Nov.: PACK THE COURT v. NFL & NYPD RACISM!

Save The Date & Pack The Courtroom:  On Thursday, November 20, 2014, “Original” Black Panther Party member and a descendant of Seminole Nation ancestors; Bro. Sadiki “Shep” Ojore Olugbala, s/n Shepard P. McDaniel, will return to Manhattan Criminal Court @ 100 Center Street, Part C at 9:30am; To challenge last seasons Super Bowl week arrest […]

US prisonz ‘disproportionately’ black: Afrikan-Amerikan activist

Prisons across the United States are “disproportionately” filled with black people who are being incarcerated increasingly with solitary confinement, an African-American activist in Georgia says. “The population in Pennsylvania’s prisons and America’s prisons is disproportionately black,” said Bruce Dixon, chairman of the Georgia Green Party and managing editor of Black Agenda Report. “This is a […]

J. Edgar Hoover’z ‘Suicide Letter’ to Martin Luther King Jr. Iz Even Worse Than We Knew

  This 1964 photo of Martin Luther King Jr. was taken by a New York World-Telegram & Sun photographer. Wikimedia Commons Half a century ago, FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover had what he clearly considered to be a big problem in the form of civil rights galvanizer Martin Luther King Jr. In late November 1964, […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Riot in Wilmington, N.C., occurs and Jim Crow laws begin Date: Thu, 1898-11-10 On this date in 1898, the Wilmington race riot took place, which became a landmark in North Carolina history. Over a century later some details are still in question. The number of victims, for example, is disputed with the total running from […]

Komrade Zayd Malik Shakur (born James F. Coston)

“On May 2, 1973 I, along with Zayd Malik Shakur and Sundiata Acoli were stopped on the New Jersey Turnpike, supposedly for a ‘faulty tail light.’ Sundiata Acoli got out of the car to determine why we were stopped. Zayd and I remained in the car. State trooper Harper then came to the car, opened […]

RE: The People’z Attorney B. Kwaku Duren Facing Suspension

Pleaze take moment and sisn this petition 4 it iz 4 a GOOD CAUSE does exist to extend the time for Attorney Duren to take the MPRE. That GOOD CAUSE is clearly the 13 clients which he presently represents; at least 5 of these cases are pro bono, which means that he represents them in their legal matters […]

CULTURE AS A WEAPON: (3) Dayz Of Celebrating “Assata Shakur Liberation Weekend” In Harlem!

THIS ASSATA SHAKUR LIBERATION WEEKEND WE’RE “NOT” PROTESTING! WE ARE  “CELEBRATING”  THE 35th YEAR OF HER 1979 PRISON ESCAPE!   LAST YEAR… The $2 Million Bounty & Listing of Assata Shakur on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist List was purposely timed to take place on the very same May 2nd date of her 1977 capture […]