‘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 […]

Black Folkz Guide To Understanding Thanksgiving (Thankztaking)

  By Dr. Tingba Apidta “Contrary to popular mythology the Pilgrims were no friends to the local Indians. They were engaged in a ruthless war of extermination against their hosts, even as they falsely posed as friends. Just days before the alleged Thanksgiving love-fest, a company of Pilgrims led by Myles Standish actively sought to […]

The Nationwide List Of “Day After” Protestz Planned To Demand Justice For Michael Brown & Stop Police Terrorism

Please click here to see protest that will take place in your area. In expectation of the Grand Jury exonerating Darren Wilson in the murder of Michael Brown, day of/day after demonstrations have been planned in Ferguson and in cities around the country.  Law enforcement has the same expectation of an unjust verdict and is […]

Hold thiz date 13 May 2015, 30 yearz since the Move Bombing

  Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at 12:00pm First District Plaza Ballroom in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 12:00 p.m. Rally at 62nd and Osage Ave., followed by a march, car, and bike caravan to 38th and Market St. 2:00 p.m. arrive at 38th and Market St., where food vendors will be set up from 2:00 – 7:00…

A Tale of Two Detroits, Separate and Unequal

Detroit’s downtown section is in the process of rebuilding, which includes an increase in surveillance initiated by Dan Gilbert, the founder of Quicken Loans. (Joy Van Buhler / Flickr) In the new Detroit, a small number of wealthy residents are protected by private security and constant surveillance while the city’s black majority struggles to maintain […]

Lorenzo Johnson’s Statement to the Rally for Freedom for All the Innocent —November 14, 2014

 First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone for coming out to stand with me, my family and my Innocence. On December 14, 1995, a young man named Tarajai Williams was murdered. On March 20, 1997 two other young and innocent men were convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for a crime that we […]

Thurs. Nov 27, 2014 National Day of Mourning

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27th –  National Day of Mourning 2014 Cole’s Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts Since 1970, Native Americans have gathered at noon on Cole’s Hill in Plymouth to commemorate a National Day of Mourning on the U.S. thanksgiving holiday. For many Native Americans this holiday is a reminder of the genocide of millions of Native people, […]

Prison assisted suicide – the Texas way

by Kevin “Rashid” Johnson During the 1980s-‘90s, Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s name achieved nationwide notoriety. He advocated and participated in the medically-assisted suicides of terminally ill people. His motives he said were compassionate. The controversy surrounding Kevorkian led to changes in legislation and he was criminally convicted several times, culminating in a 1998 murder conviction and […]

RE: The People’z Attorney B. Kwaku Duren Facing Suspension

Pleaze take moment and sisn this petition 4 it iz 4 a GOOD CAUSE does exist to extend the time for Attorney Duren to take the MPRE. That GOOD CAUSE is clearly the 13 clients which he presently represents; at least 5 of these cases are pro bono, which means that he represents them in their legal matters […]

White Amerika’z Un-Trained Prison Guardz and Death (includez video)

“Do not expect any black police or corrections union or whatever they call themselves to back you. I’m not saying they won’t, I’m saying if they did it would be a Black History moment.” African Americans have morphed into the virtually the same conditions in 2014 that we criticized the old deep-south about decades ago. […]