Herman Ferguson Memorial Service

The memorial service for Baba Herman Ferguson will take place Saturday, 04 October 2014, 1:30PM, at: Steven L. Lyons Funeral Home 1515 New Bern Avenue Raleigh NC  27611   919-831-2596 Phone Moments of visitation with the family, 1-1:30, prior to the service. Friends, comrades and well-wishers are encouraged to share a memory or leave a […]

U.S. Parole Commission Rejectz Examiner’z Recommendation

  To: My comrades, family and extended family- please distribute to all those who have given support and resources to this process may (Allah) God bless them.  In the spirit of our ancestors, I deeply thank you. Written: September 16, 2014   On September 15, 2014, I received a notice of action from the national […]

Politikal Prisoner Radio: Update on Imam Jamil Al-Amin w/ Nancy Lockhart

  Download Podcast Tonight we are welcome activist and legal analyst Nancy Lockhart to the program. Nancy has been involved in efforts on the behalf of political prisoner Jamil Al-Amin formerly known as H Rap Brown. We will give you the latest update with his status and Nancy will share with us how she came […]

Baba Sundiata Acoli, Man Who Murdered State Trooper, To Be Released On Parole

UNITED STATES – MAY 15: Murder suspect Clark Edward Squire of the Black Panthers is convicted. (Photo by Frank Hurley/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images) | New York Daily News Archive via Getty Images     A man convicted in the shooting death of a New Jersey state trooper in a crime that still […]

Corcoran SHU prisonerz start hunger strike for decent healthcare; support needed now

by Annabelle Parker On Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, three men locked inside unit 4B-1L of the Secure Housing Unit (SHU) of California State Prison-Corcoran started a hunger strike: Heshima Denham (J-38283), followed on Sept. 27 by Michael Zaharibu Dorrough (D-83611), and Kambui Robinson (C-82830) will join them the following day for a few days or […]

The New Court-Approved Device of Torture in California SHUz: Guard One

by a comrade of United Struggle from Within September 2014 permalink Guard One was implemented in the middle of June per mandate of a court-appointed mental health expert in Sacramento. The device resembles a pipe about the size of a closet pole cut to an 8″ length. It either flashes or beeps to indicate a […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

  Canadian Black History YWCA (Ontatio, 1921) Date: Fri, 1600-09-29 *A brief article on Black Canadian history before America’s Civil Rights movement is recognized on this date. The first recorded black person to set foot on land now known as Canada was a free man named Mathieu de Costa, who travelled with explorer Samuel de […]

Former delivery boy, now poet, helpz Bay View spread love and hope

by Curtis Johnson Jr. As I sit in Glen Dyer Facility (North Alameda County) fighting federal weapons charges, I find comfort and inspiration from the pages of the San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper. As a kid raised in Hunters Point, I can remember passing out bundles of these same newspapers. I can remember […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Massaccre In Opelousas Date: Mon, 1868-09-28 On this date in 1868, the Opelousas massacre occurred. That city in Louisiana was the site where local Blacks lost their lives by violent whites (many of them Confederate veterans and prominent citizens). The slaughter started when three local whites beat up an 18-year old man named Emerson Bentley, […]

We Must Understand: “Black History (our story) iz 24/7/365”

By Roy Douglas Malonson “There is no more powerful force than a people steeped in their history…” Lonnie Bunch BLACK HISTORY… no greater words can be spoken when describing the value of understanding where you come from. Knowing and respecting Black History is not only precious knowledge, but also is a special kind of power […]