42 Yearz of Solitary 42 Yearz of Innocence

A billboard campaign to mark the 42-year commemoration launched in New Orleans today. As we mark the 42nd year since the tragic and as yet, unsolved murder of Angola correctional officer Brent Miller, and the 42nd year since Albert Woodfox was first put in solitary for a crime he didn’t commit, we are confident that […]

Learning from an Unimportant Minority: Race politicz beyond the official white/black paradigm, with J. Sakai

  Monday, May 26 at 6:30pm in EDT Race is all around us, as one of the main structures of capitalist society. Yet, how we talk about it and even how we think about it is tightly policed. Everything about race is artificially distorted as a White/Black paradigm. Instead, we need to understand the imposed […]

Move Political Prisoner Debbie Africa’z Upcoming Parole Hearing

Ona Move Everybody! We just wanted to inform people that sometime in May Debbie (Sims) Africa will be going before The Pa Parole Board for what will be her now 7th parole hearing since 2008 . We are putting together a parole sample sheet and are asking that people sign it or write their own […]

On Thiz Day In Black History (our story)

Tue, 1963-04-16 On this date in 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was jailed in Birmingham, Alabama. While incarcerated there, he wrote, smuggled out of jail, and had printed his “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” a moving justification for the moral necessity of non-violent resistance to unjust laws. Reference: The Associated Press permissions 450 W. 33rd […]

On Thiz Day In Black History (our story)

A. Phillip Randolph, labor and civil rights leader   This date marks the birthday of A. Phillip Randolph in 1889. He was an African American labor and civil rights leader. Born in Crescent City, Florida, Randolph worked as a section hand on a railroad during his youth. After graduating from high school, he moved to […]

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 […]

Sekou Kambui w/ Jennifer Murnan

Download Podcast Sekou Cinque T.M. Kambui (s/n William J. Turk) is a New Afrikan political prisoner currently serving two consecutive life sentences for crimes he did not commit. Born on September 6, 1948, in Gasden,Alabama, Kambui is of Afrikan/Cherokee heritage.   Throughout the 1960s, Sekou participated in the Civil Rights movement, mobilizing youth in Alabama […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

Life All living beings, things that move, are equally important, whether they are human beings, dogs, birds, fish, trees, ants, weeds, rivers, wind or rain. To stay healthy and strong, life must have clean air, clear water and pure food. If deprived of these things, life will cycle to the next level, or as the […]

Scientific Soul Sessionz Reading List

l  Readings for the Soul: Women’s Liberation & Subsistence by Maria Mies Principles for the Revolutionary Matriarchy Society by Fred Ho Respect Our Mothers: Stop Hating Women by Russell Maroon Shoatz Bisexuality in the Blues by Marie Incontrera White Maroons by Fred Ho & Matt Meyer Racialized Punishment & Prison Abolition by Angela Davis Words as Borders, Words as […]

Scientific Soul Sessionz Manifesto

  Together, as members of Scientific Soul Sessions: We promote ecosocialism: the unity of humanity with the planet’s ecosystems. As aspiring ecosocialists, we aim for existence based on the same respect indigenous peoples have always had for the earth and returning to producers the rightful share of the fruits of their labor. We respect our […]