We must be the Soulz of Black Folk! Minister Hashim A. Nzinga National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party

          There once was a question was asked “Am I my Brother’s Keeper?” In my opinion that question was answered this past weekend.  A candid conversation about the future of the African in America, challenges, and opportunities took place by a host of distinguished panelists and guest that directed over eleven […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

04/22/1739 In 1739: There was a major Slave Revolt in South Carolina.  The Stono Rebellion, sometimes called Cato’s Conspiracy or Cato’s Rebellion, was the largest slave uprising in the British mainland colonies prior to the American Revolution. Related articles The Stono Rebellion At The Intersection of The Stono Rebellion and Jenkins’s Bloody Ear – Or, Freedom […]

Rest in Power Mabel Williamz – Servicez in Detroit Friday and in Monroe Sunday & Monday

  Services for Mabel Williams will be held in Detroit and Monroe, NC: In Detroit services will be held Friday April 25th at Saint Paul AME Church – Family Hour from 2-2:30 and the Funeral will be at 2:30pm. In Monroe – The viewing will be at the Harris Funeral Home – Sunday April 27th […]

Thiz Week: German & Dutch Eventz to Free Mumia

  Dear friends, while you are celebrating Mumias Life in Philly we want to send our greetings and support. We can’t be with you but we gather and protest ourselves to demand the freedom of Mumia, an end to the death penalty and a stop of mass incarceration – Free Mumia – Free them all! […]

THOMAS SANKARA

  The true visionary Thomas Sankara Many revolutionary leaders talk the talk, but don’t always walk the walk. But with Sankara, his revolutionary principles guided his own life. At the time of his death he had a salary of $450 a month; and his most valuable possessions were a car, four bikes, three guitars, a […]

Our historical obligation: to pursue the total liberation of all oppressed people

  by Kijana Tashiri Askari “Whereas slavery, throughout its entire existence in the United States, is none other than a most barbarous, unprovoked and unjustifiable war of one portion of its citizens upon another portion – the only conditions of which are perpetual imprisonment and hopeless servitude or absolute extermination …” – Preamble to John […]

U.S. Tribe Lookz To International Court For Justice

  An indigenous community in the United States has filed a petition against the federal government, alleging that officials have repeatedly broken treaties and that the court system has failed to offer remedy. The petition was filed by the Onondaga Nation, a Native American tribe and one of more than 650 sovereign peoples recognised by […]

A Brief History of The Bluez Guitar

  [by Zack Roberts] The blues is a kind of music that can be vocal, instrumental (blues guitar) or both. It applies the ‘blue’ notes which are established on a ‘minor pentatonic‘ scale almost all the time, otherwise accepted as the blues scale. Blues music was deducted from the African-American communities in the U.S. out […]

Update: Free Political Prisoner Sekou Cinque T.M. Kambui

  An Update First, to all of you who have signed this petition to call for the parole of US Political Prisoner Sekou Cinque T.M. Kambui, let me convey to you gratitude and appreciation on behalf of Sekou for your support. Second, over the weekend a link was added to inform all of you and […]

On Thiz Day In Black History (our story)

  Tubman (left) with Railroad Passengers   Date: Wed, 1853-04-20 On this date in 1853, Harriet Tubman began her work with the Underground Railroad. This was a network of antislavery activists who helped slaves escape from the South. On her first trip, Tubman brought her own sister and her sister’s two children out of slavery […]