On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Tuskegee University founded Date: Mon, 1881-09-19 *Tuskegee University was founded on this date in 1881. Located in Tuskegee, Alabama, it is one of over 100 Historical Black Colleges and Universities in America. The school was founded as a school for Black students by American educator Booker T. Washington. At that time it was called the […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Date: Tue, 1797-09-19 On this date we recall the birth of Sojourner Truth in 1797. She was a Black abolitionist and advocate of women’s rights. She was born into slavery in Hurley, Ulster County, New York, and was originally named Isabella. She arrived in New York City in 1829, a year after New York state […]

Photo Essay: Panther Trackz

By Annabel Edwards The Medill Justice Project Published: Aug. 26, 2014 source: http://www.medilljusticeproject.org/2014/08/26/photo-essay-panther-tracks/ SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Billy X. Jennings, a former Black Panther and the party’s de facto historian, presents remnants from the Black Panther Party’s heyday that are displayed in his home beginning on the first floor, leading up to the second floor bedroom […]

Update on Imam Jamil Al-Amin’z Medical Condition

Reg. No. 99974-555 Date:    September 15, 2014 For two months, Imam Jamil Al-Amin has undergone tests at the Butner FMC as a result of our successful campaign to have him transferred out of the Florence ADX to the federal medical center.  The campaign was necessary to bring attention to his failing medical health that […]

National debate over solitary confinement putz spotlight on Angola inmate’s 35 yearz in ‘the hole’

When Kenny “Zulu” Whitmore reaches out, arms open wide, he can touch the opposite walls of his 6-foot by 9-foot cell. His cot takes up nearly half the space. There’s a sink-and-toilet unit, a rusty mirror, a small ventilation duct—and little else. Three days a week, a guard comes by, shackles Whitmore in a waist […]

SPECIAL PROGRAM ON RONALD “ELDER “ FREEMAN of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party

SPECIAL PROGRAM ON RONALD “ELDER “ FREEMAN Field Secretary of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party   Monday September 22nd / KPFA Radio 94.1 FM 7PM- 10PM   The program will include interviews with Ericka Huggins, Harold Taylor, Roland Freeman, and Willie “Sundiata” Tate.   Ronald Freeman AKA Elder Freeman was one […]

SUSTAINING THE WAVE OF RESISTANCE TO REVOLUTIONARY PAN-AFRICANISM? (An Analytic Critical Review of the book ‘Sustaining the New Wave of Pan-Africanism’)

By Lang T.K.A. Nubuor INTRODUCTION At the time of writing, this reviewer has in his hand two other reviews by brothers living in Namibia – Peter Mietzner1 and Etuna Joshua2. Those two reviews are distinguished by their common brevity and sticking to informing us on the structural outline of the book without telling us about the substance therein. […]

An Ongoing Cost To Be Free (Full Version)

The rebel history of Russell Maroon Shoatz intentionally kept from you to keep you passive… An Ongoing Cost To Be Free (Full Version) | Watch Documentary Free Online http://www.filmsforaction.org 62 minutes | Russell Maroon Shoatz is a US held Black Unity Council and Black Liberation Army political prisoner. He has been in prison for over […]

Buffalo Soldierz

The Buffalo Soldier story is one of courage and patriotism, because of their contributions and sacrifices in the past, we now have a future. It is our honor to tell their story, as it is a story worth telling. These Soldiers protected the American frontier from the American Revolution through the Indian Wars. They also […]

All Out for the Month of Resistance to Mass Incarceration, Police Terror, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation!

Gather ©2014 by Alice Walker for  Carl Dix and Cornell West It is still hard to believe that millions of us saw Eric Garner die. He died with what looked like a half dozen heavily clad policemen standing on his body, twisting and crushing him especially his head and neck. He was a big man, […]