Atlanta Murderz Black People Are Still Being Murdered and Going Missing

  by Jamala Rodgers “The lives of black folks are devalued when they are alive and breathing. It should be no surprise that when we come up missing or dead, it’s hardly a blip on the radar screen. Our struggle for legitimacy is both in life and in death.” An ominous splash in the river. Headlights […]

Khallid Abdul Muhammad- ” Free all Political Prisionerz”

The Honorable Dr.Khallid Abdul Muhammad leads the charge with Dr. Malik Zulu Shabazz and the New Black Panther Party for the Honorable warrior and comrade Imam Jamil Al Amin formerly known as H. Rap Brown – against the slander of this good man’s works and deeds. Filmed in Atlanta, Georgia the people united can remove […]

Jamil Abdullah Al -Amin

      Born in 1943 in Baton Rouge, La., Al-Amin attended Southern University from 1960-1964. His experiences growing up in segregated Louisiana served to fuel his passion to fight injustice and in 1965, he became an organizer for the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee in Alabama. He later became its chairperson. Along with Kwame Toure […]

ON THE OPENING TODAY OF THE SO CALLED NATIONAL CENTER FOR CIVIL & HUMAN RIGHTZ IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA

Please Reshare  Everywhere PantherShepGroup #4 ON: TODAY’S GRAND OPENING OF THE  SO CALLED… NATIONAL CENTER FOR CIVIL & HUMAN RIGHTS IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA The Much Publicized Grand Opening Today Of This Museum Should Be Considered A Disrespectful Insult To All Black/New Afrikan & So Called African American People Inside The United States in general and […]

Free Imam Jamil Al-Amin! Hiz wife, attorney Karima Al-Amin, tellz of the US’ 47-year campaign to silence H. Rap Brown

    by the People’s Minister of Information JR Valrey The fiery H. Rap Brown, chairperson of SNCC, minister of justice for the Black Panther Party and one of the original four targets of the FBI’s infamous COINTELPRO to neutralize Black power, is presently entombed in the federal prison at Florence, Colorado, one of the […]

WHAT’Z UP NEW YORK CITY? PEOPLEZ SURVIVAL PROGRAMZ ARE “SERVING THE PEOPLE BODY & SOUL” IN WASHINGTON DC; DETROIT; ATLANTA; LOS ANGELEZ; OAKLAND; SAN DIEGO; LAS VEGAZ & HOUSTON ……

  WHAT’S  UP  NEW YORK  CITY? PEOPLES  SURVIVAL PROGRAMS ARE  “SERVING THE PEOPLE  BODY & SOUL”  IN  WASHINGTON DC;  DETROIT;  ATLANTA;  LOS ANGELES;  OAKLAND;  SAN DIEGO;  LAS VEGAS  &  HOUSTON ……   SO WHAT’S UP WITH NYC? ______________________________________________________________________ TOMORROW: IS THE PSP‘S MONTHLY “SERVE THE PEOPLE DAY” IN HARLEM!        CONTINUES… Friday, June 20, 2014 Indoors: […]

H. Rap Brown in declining health; supporterz demand medical attention

By Harold Michael Harvey, JD http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/17256501-h-rap-brown-in-declining-health-supporters-demand-medical-attention The 1960s radical H. Rap Brown, currently serving a life sentence without parole for the murder of a Fulton County, Georgia Deputy Sheriff, is now facing deteriorating health issues. Brown, a 70-year-old Muslim cleric, now goes by the name of Jamil Al-Amin. He is serving time at a federal […]

March 29th, 1945 Bornday Frazier, Walt (1945- )

Image Ownership: Public Domain National Basketball Association star player Walt “Clyde” Frazier Jr., was born the oldest of nine children in Atlanta, Georgia on March 29, 1945. While attending the segregated Howard High School in Atlanta, Frazier excelled in football, baseball, and basketball. Despite receiving football scholarships from elite colleges, Frazier accepted a basketball scholarship […]

A Salute to Kwame Ture: a true Afrikan freedom fighter

An inspiration to us all Asari Sobukwe 2013-11-06, Issue 653 http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/89522   cc L A Freedom for African people was at the centre of the ideology of Kwame Ture. His notion of freedom was linked to the oppression of other peoples around the globe and he worked tirelessly not only for African unity but with liberation struggles […]

Lorenzo Komboa Ervin and JoNina Abron-Ervin of the Black Autonomy Federation

(Books: Anarchism and the Black Revolution by Lorenzo Komboa Ervin and Driven by the Movement: Activists of the Black Power Era by JoNina Abron-Ervin) On September 20th, 2013 I met with elders and OG’s (original guerrillas) :) Lorenzo Komboa Ervin and his comrade/wife Jonina Abron-Ervin in Memphis, Tennessee.  We talked, they taught me about the struggle in Memphis and […]