TOMORROW @ 5:30pm Rebel Diaz Presents An Exclusive Harlem Documentary Film Screening Of “The Mike Brown Rebellion: Resistance in Ferguson”

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 ~ 5:30pm @ The Maysles Cinema ~ 343 Malcolm X Blvd / Lenox Av. (between. 127th & 128th Streets) Take: #2, 3, A, B, C, D stops & 125th St. cross town bus lines map< https://goo.gl/maps/gv4d4&gt; , buses:< http://goo.gl/97dMyW&gt; (212) 582-6050(212) 582-6050 cinema@mayslesinstitute.org < http://mayslesinstitute.org/&gt; Hosted by Rebel Diaz Don’t Stop presents […]

The global scourge of police killing Blackz

Lisa Tomlinson 2014-12-11, Issue 706 http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/93572 cc STLA The issue of Black people being victims of systemic brutality, oppression and murder at the hands of the police is not limited to the United States. It is a global problem. If we are ever going to stop this barbaric use of authority to trample the civil […]

Four Hundred Yearz: Slavery to Ferguson

“The tragedy of Ferguson and the thousands of other untold stories of today’s era ring eerily similar to the tragedies of yesteryear America.” When I read Daina Ramey Berry’s piece entitled, Slavery in America, it reminded me of one of the  first sensitive conversations on race that I had with the man who would become my […]

Here Are Some of the Wayz U.S. Treatment of Afrikan-Amerikanz Resembles Apartheid South Afrika

By Juan Cole Shuttestock This post originally ran on Juan Cole’s Web page. From 1949 though the early 1990s, South Africa was ruled by an Afrikaner Apartheid regime that made race the basis for law and politics, and which systematically excluded black Africans from their civil and national rights, empowering white Afrikaners alone.  The social […]

Time to stop racially motivated killingz

by Amy Buckley Every day on the news we see reports of young people being killed by police and other members of society, senseless murders that snuff out the lives of our youth before they have had the chance to truly live. So much potential lost, so many hopes and dreams gone down the grave, […]

Eddie Africa Denied Parole Again

Ona Move  We found out Today that for a record seventh time now our Brother Eddie Africa was denied parole by the Pa Parole Board. As usual The Parole Board stated the issue of Eddie not showing remorse for a crime that he and other Move Members are innocent of. They stated the fact that […]

Move 9 Monday’z Kontinue

Ona Move  Recently our Brother Michael (Davis) Africa went before The Pa. Parole Board for what was either his sixth or seventh appearance before the board since he became parole eligible since 2008. From what was reported by Mike he only sat with the Board for only ten minutes of the interview. The Board had […]

Darren Wilson Wasn’t the First: A Short History of Killer Copz Let Off the Hook

Protesters march through the streets of Ferguson. (Jamelle Bouie / Wikimedia Commons) The U.S. has a long history of allowing police to walk free after vicious racist violence. BY Flint Taylor The pre-ordained failure of a biased local prosecutor to obtain an indictment against Darren Wilson should not surprise us. But the movement for justice […]

Shooting Blackz with Immunity

Hands Up Don’t Shoot (image by http://thedialoguechronicle.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/HandsUpDontShoot-kids.jpg) By Joseph Clifford Anyone who is familiar with grand jury procedure knows full well, if a prosecutor wants an indictment he will get it, because in the grand jury the prosecutor is the only side to make a presentation. It is a one sided show with no defense […]

‘Wounded Knee: A Line in the Sand’: Documentary to Show Never Seen Footage

Reporter Kevin McKiernan is pictured with Tom Bad Cob and Oscar Bear Runner during the 1973 occupation. Alysa Landry 11/24/14 Four decades ago, Kevin McKiernan made a decision that would change the course of his life. Then in his late 20s, McKiernan was a cub reporter who had never seen combat, witnessed fatal gunfire or […]