Update on Imam Jamil Al-Amin’z Medical Condition

Reg. No. 99974-555 Date:    September 15, 2014 For two months, Imam Jamil Al-Amin has undergone tests at the Butner FMC as a result of our successful campaign to have him transferred out of the Florence ADX to the federal medical center.  The campaign was necessary to bring attention to his failing medical health that […]

SUSTAINING THE WAVE OF RESISTANCE TO REVOLUTIONARY PAN-AFRICANISM? (An Analytic Critical Review of the book ‘Sustaining the New Wave of Pan-Africanism’)

By Lang T.K.A. Nubuor INTRODUCTION At the time of writing, this reviewer has in his hand two other reviews by brothers living in Namibia – Peter Mietzner1 and Etuna Joshua2. Those two reviews are distinguished by their common brevity and sticking to informing us on the structural outline of the book without telling us about the substance therein. […]

Assata: A Biography – A Review and Quotez

by Carlos Martinez The following book review first appeared in the Morning Star on 1 September, 2014. It is followed by a selection of important quotes from the book. It was republished in Invent the Future. “They call us bandits, but it is not we who are robbing Africa, Asia, and Latin America of their […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Joel Augustus Rogers, Renaissance Man Joel A. Rogers Date: Thu, 1883-09-06 Joel Augustus Rogers was born on this date in 1883. He was an African American writer, lecturer, anthropologist, historian, journalist, and publisher. Rogers was from Negril, Jamaica, where his father was a small-town schoolteacher. In 1906, Rogers moved to Chicago but spent most of […]

Happy Bornday Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey

Action, Self – Relience, The Vision Of Self And The Future Have Been The Only Means By Which The Oppressed Have Seen And Realized The Light Of Their Own Freedom,  Marcus ‘Mosiah’ Garvey Related articles Marcus Garvey: Look For Me In The Whirlwind Teach The Youths About Garvey – Limited Time Download We will always […]

Why Iz the FBI Still Chasing Black Panther Assata Shakur?

By Tshepo Mokoena Image via New Jersey Department of Corrections Activist Assata Shakur is lying low. Somewhere in Cuba, the 67-year-old African American—born JoAnne Chesimard—is still hiding out, 40 years after she was branded a fugitive. Shakur was a prominent female member of the Black Panthers and the Black Liberation Army, and became the subject […]

Happy bornday Dr. Mutulu Shakur

Date of Birth: August 8, 1950 Nationality: New Afrikan Dr. Mutulu Shakur is a New Afrikan (Black) man whose primary work has been in the area of health. He is a doctor of acupuncture and was a co-founder and director of two institutions devoted to improving health care in the Black community. Mutulu Shakur was […]

Analytical Shortcomingz of the Left w Dhoruba bin-Wahad

Extending our earlier discussion of Herman Wallace and the Political Context of Black Self-Defense Dhoruba bin-Wahad continued with this frank – and highly explicit* – discussion of the shortcomings of many current strategies chosen by those looking to free political prisoners.  Our conversation picks up with bin-Wahad discussing Alice Walker and much of what he sees […]

Mumia Abu Jamal on Franz Fanon’z Bookz

Mumia Abu Jamal on Frantz Fanon Related articles Mumia Abu Jamal: When Children Are the Enemy Prison Radio Kommentariez Prison Radio Kommentariez My North Star: How Mumia Abu-Jamal Led Me To Activism New Afrikan Books for Study & Struggle Cuban 5 Message to Mumia Abu Jamal and Lynne Stewart

THIZ WEEK: 2 events celebrating Fred Ho’z last year

NEW YORK PREMIERE CELEBRATION OF FRED HO’S LAST YEAR Join us for a series of events to accompany the New York Premiere of the Documentary Film, Fred Ho’s Last Year, at the Asian American International Film Festival/Asian Cinevision. Follow the legendary Asian American activist and avant garde composer in his quest to turn his pain […]