Jalil Blog #30; Handz Up – Don’t Shoot

  Contrary to the refrain from the tragic Ferguson, Mo., shooting of Michael Brown, we know that keeping your hands up does not mean you will not be shot. Assata Shakur had her hands up when she was shot on the New Jersey turnpike by a State Trooper, Oscar Grant was laying face down on […]

Captured Heroz: Memberz of the Black Panther Party Still Imprisoned

Written and Performed by M-1 and Divine. Produced by M-1, Divine, and Digitalglo. Video Directed by Jamal Joseph. Photography, Editing, Visual Effects by Joel Davenport – http://www.gugohi.com. Produced by Jamal Joseph and Joel Davenport. Production Manager: Dietrice Bolden. Additional Photography: Ryce. Featuring: Impact Repertory Theater, Abiodun Oyewole, Hassan “GIANT” Yasin, The Bartendaz, The Order of […]

33 Yearz of Resistance, and Still Going Strong!

Mumia’s message to all of us on the anniversary of his arrest Dear Brothers, Sisters, Friends and Comrades, On the Move       We gather together today in the spirit of resistance, and when we look around us we see that we are surrounded by that spirit:  the spirit of rebellion, the spirit of resistance, and […]

Louisiana DOC Violatez Own Policy to Wrongfully Deny Albert Contact Visitz

Albert Woodfox, the last of the Angola 3 behind bars, has now been denied contact visits for almost two consecutive years.  During the latter part of his nearly 40 years at Angola, and for the first few at David Wade Correctional Center in Northern Louisiana where he has been held since 2010, Albert was allowed […]

33 Yearz iz Too Long

    December 9, 2014 marks the 33 years to the day the FOP first attempted to kill Mumia; they have been trying to finish what they started ever since. Thanks to the power of the people, Mumia LIVES. Now, let’s bring him home. Join the work.    Two powerful events next week, Tuesday, Dec 9 and […]

16 hourz in the torture chamber

by Shiva Bhairava On Sept. 22, 2014, I again became a victim of Amerikan Nazi prison police. First, Officer Akers sexually harassed the entire unit – most of which is New Afrikan – by conducting a striptease in which we were ordered to “squat and cough and spread your buttocks open,” solely for the sadomasochistic […]

Dear Assata: You Are More of a Woman than Amerika Told You

By Christine Ohenewah Recent news about the FBI’s latest addition to their Most Wanted Terrorist list and the strong recommendation of my mentor prompted me to pick up Assata Shakur’ s autobiography. Assata Olugbala Shakur was born JoAnne Deborah Byron on July 16, 1947, in Jamaica, New York.  Adapting an African name, she took on […]

Assata: The FBI’z most wanted woman

A new (2014) introduction to her autobiography William Gumede 2014-12-04, Issue 705 http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/93555 cc FW In this edited version of a new introduction to Assata Shakur’s autobiography, Prof Gumede points out that centuries of colonialism, slavery and apartheid have left a legacy of institutional racism, whereby dark skins are often instinctively prejudiced in societies across […]

They can’t silence Mumia and they damn sure can’t silence our resistance

With International Concerned Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal; Pam Africa, Kikki Grant & Ashley Henderson Legal Update with Amistad Law Project & Bret Grote Abolitionist Law Center, Noelle Hanrahan of Prison Radio and performances.  Dec 9th 2014, 6:00pm   Calvary Church: {48th & Baltimore Ave) Philadelphia

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 […]