On Thiz Day In Black History (our story)

Bessie Smith, “Blues Empress”   This date marks the birthday of Bessie Smith in 1894. She was an African American woman entertainer who danced, acted and performed comedy. Bessie Smith earned the title of “Empress of the Blues” by virtue of her forceful vocal delivery and command of the genre. She was the highest-paid Black […]

Twenty-two Black Pantherz targeted in ATF bomb conspiracy case

  Twenty-two Black Panthers in three Midwestern states, Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri, were the targets of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division for an alleged 1970 bombing conspiracy. The conspiracy investigation of the so-called Midwest 22, previously unreported, has been a carefully kept secret until the disclosure of an ATF case progress closure report to […]

Tha National Question & Black Liberation

By Lamont Lilly In commemoration of Lenin’s death 90 years ago. Excerpted from a talk given at the March 29, 2014, “Hard Times are Fighting Times” conference in Durham, N.C. Just as Vladimir Lenin did in October of 1917, it is time that freedom fighters once again revisit the importance of the National Question. As […]

ON CONFRONTATIONAL POLITICZ BY GENERAL T.A.C.O of Tha Black Riderz

Confrontational Politics is a brand new name for an upgraded style of militant, forceful, head on tactics; designed to challenge the racist oppressor. It incorporates armed and unarmed aggressive self-defense in an aboveground blend of using disciplined Black formations. Its Genesis and early beginnings has roots that stretches way back to Marcus Garvey’s United Negro […]

Black Panther Intercommunal Newz Service

  Table of Contents JUSTICE FOR ELDRIDGE CLEAVER Page [1] JUSTICE FOR ELDRIDGE CLEAVER Page 2 THEY DIDN’T STOP AT JACKSON STATE Page 3 THE U.S. MILITARY IS GUILTY Page 4 OUR PRIORITY IS SURVIVAL Page 5 NIXON HAS FOUR MORE YEARS OF US Page 6 SOUTHERN RACISTS ATTACK BLACK PANTHER PARTY Page 7 PEOPLE’S […]

After the Quake, Luxury Hotelz Rise Above Haiti’z Homeless

(All photography by Andre Lambertson)After the Quake, Luxury Hotels Rise Above Haiti’s Homeless Despite an outpouring of aid after the devastation of Port-au-Prince, it’s the same old story for many of the city’s poor.     By Lisa Armstrong Lisa Armstrong has written for Washington Post, The Daily Beast, and TheAtlantic.com. She teaches at the CUNY […]

How the Bob Marley Estate Still Makes Millions Every Year — Even Though He Died More Than 30 Years Ago

  Bob Marley, the late reggae music icon, was named last year by Forbes magazine as the fifth top earning dead celebrity. He is actually the only Caribbean artist to grace a Forbes list, which is mostly dominated by North Americans and Britons. How much is his estate worth? Reportedly, Marley’s estimated net worth is […]

Tha Assata Shakur Story, Letter-Writing Dinner 4 Sundiata Acoli, Sekou Odinga, and Mutulu Shakur

Friends, This will be a good one and if you haven’t heard about Assata Shakur and why she is free right now, make sure to come out. Guest speaker Joan Gibbs will drop history and knowledge about her client Sundiata and more. Hope to see you there, Daniel The Assata Shakur Story, Letter-Writing Dinner for […]

Every 28 Hourz: An Ode to Renisha McBride (A Sermon)

By Nyle Forte The following is a sermon delivered on January 19, 2014 at the First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens (Somerset, NJ). The preaching text is Luke 7:36-50. Stephon Watts, 15. Remarley Graham, 18. Bo Morrison, 20. Rekia Boyd, 22. Dante Price, 25. Trayvon Martin, 17. Wendell Allen, 20. Darius Simmons, 13. Deshone Travis, […]