Thiz iz normal procedure in the daily going onz in a amerikan gulug that claimz not to hold any politikal prisonerz/prisonerz of war and commit actz of terror and highly skilled in the art of low intensity warfare and let’s not forget racism Heartbreaking enough, this is not some historic footage of a Nazi death camp. […]
Mr. Conway says after 44 years in prison I considered people of value and to be respected, I refused to be dehumanized
Mr. Conway says prisoners were treated like animals; and because he resisted and organized, he was in lockup twenty three and a half hours a day for six years
Mr. Conway tells the story of his arrest and trial, and being “represented” by a lawyer who spent 45 minutes with him before going to trial -
By Political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal on October 17, 2014 His name was Herman Ferguson, and if you’re not dialed into the Black Nationalist Movement, the name may not ring a bell of recognition. But to those aware of the Black Power Movement of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, Herman Ferguson’s life, role and commitment ring […]
by Michael Richardson Ex-political prisoner Dhoruba bin Wahad discusses United Nations review of C OINTELPRO cases Dhoruba bin Wahad Dhoruba bin Wahad (former Richard Moore) served nineteen years in prison for the May 1971 attempted murder in a drive-by shooting of two New York City policemen guarding the home of Manhattan District Attorney Frank […]
AlterNet / By Owen Poindexter We must shred the myths that underwrite prohibition. Photo Credit: Still from Reefer Madness/Public Domain <!– –> With the evidence against cannabis legalization failing again and again to materialize, opponents to reform are left to amplify whatever negatives they can find well beyond what the evidence will support. A 20-year […]
The late African-American Muslim minister and a human rights activist was also known as the leader of the 1960s political movements: Black nationalism and Pan-Africanism. While Dr. King Jr. marched for civil rights and against racial segregation, Malcolm X advocated the complete separation of African Americans from whites.
Today Davis is 70-years old. The dynamic political activist, scholar, and writer emerged as a prominent counterculture activist and radical in the 1960s, and was a leader of the Communist Party USA.
“If Bobby were here today, he would be helping us in rebuilding unity in the Black Movement to address the major challenges facing African people in this country and worldwide.” On April 6, 1982, the worldwide Black Liberation Movement lost one of its most important freedom fighters. Dr. Bobby E. Wright died on this day […]