SAVE THE DATE & COME MARCH IN HARLEM’Z PARADE WITH “THE FREEDOM FIGHTERZ CONTINGENT” ON SEPT. 21st

SAVE THE DATE! COME & MARCH WITH THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS CONTINGENT   SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2014 AT HARLEM’S 44th ANNUAL AFRICAN AMERICAN DAY PARADE March With “The Freedom Fighters Contingent” in Harlem’s 44th Annual African-American Day Parade. All Participants Are Asked To Bring Their Posters, Banners & Flags And To Wear T-Shirts & Buttons Of Revolutionary […]

MORALES-SHAKUR CENTER CAMPAIGN 2014 FALL ACTIVITY & EVENT SCHEDULE: SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER

THE GUILLERMO MORALES-ASSATA SHAKUR COMMUNITY/STUDENT CENTER @ THE CITY COLLEGE IN HARLEM THE MORALES-SHAKUR CENTRAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE Students For Educational Rights @ CCNY The Black Student Union @ CCNY The Healing Drum Collective The Sister Circle Collective The Universal Zulu Nation The Jericho Movement The Black Souljahz  The Safiya Bukhari-Albert Nuh Washington Foundation The Revolutionary […]

On Thiz Day in History (our story)

August 31st, 1920 African Independence Day August 31st, 1920, is when for the first and only time in history that a world Black Government was created for all African People at home and abroad. This Government was created by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey and the founding Parent Body of the UNIA-ACL. This was during […]

Appeal from Ramona Africa

A policeman surveys the devastation on Osage Avenue on May 14, 1985. LET THE FIRE BURN. A film by Jason Osder. A Zeitgeist Films release   ONA MOVE, Everybody. As you know by now, we are hard at work planning our 30 year commemoration of the bombing of our family for May 13, 2015.  We […]

Back from Ferguson activistz Rosa Clemente & Russell Shoats III

Download Podcast Rosa Clemente, an activist and former Green Party VP candidate will speak to us about the police terrorism she and others suffered while protesting in Ferguson, Missouri on August 20,2014. She told Ebony online that “officers swooped in on us from all directions and locked us down. The threats, their eyes, postures, weaponry […]

Can We Talk About How Black Women Are Treated az Threatz, Too?

We tend to focus on the consequences of stereotypes about men, but black women are victims of racialized violence as well. Understanding this is a matter of life and death By: Josie Pickens A girl holds a sign on Aug. 21, 2014, in Ferguson, Mo., as she protests the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by […]

Redefining freedom from the modern day Pharaoh…

Throughout the history of our sojourn in North America, many have likened the legacy of the Black struggle to that of the Children of Israel under Pharaoh. From the era of slavery through emancipation, and eventual Civil Rights victories 100 years later, “the Promised Land,” as a metaphor for so-called acceptance into the “mainstream,” became […]

PFLP salutez the Black struggle in the US: The empire will fall from within

  In light of the police murder of the martyr Michael Brown and the ongoing struggle in Ferguson, Missouri, in the United States, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine salutes and stands firmly with the ongoing struggle of Black people and all oppressed communities in the United States. Comrade Khaled Barakat said in […]

Rep. John Lewis on the time he was sent to prison for using a ‘white’ restroom

by Dara Lin On July 7th, 1961, John Lewis was released from Parchman Penitentiary in Mississippi after 37 days in prison on a charge of “disorderly conduct” — that is, refusing to follow segregation law. Lewis was a civil-rights leader with the Southern Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, and he and other activists (black and white) spent […]

Itemizing Atrocity

by Tamara K. Nopper & Mariame Kaba For blacks, the “war on terror” hasn’t come home. It’s always been here. According to the Economist, “America’s police have become too militarized.” Not to be outdone, Business Insider published an article by Paul Szoldra, a former US marine who professed to be aghast at the scenes of […]