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

  “By knowing that we have a lot to become, and a lot more to know, we will change, become better, clearer, stronger, more committed, dedicated and capable of taking on all challenges.” — Fred Ho, The A to Z Characteristics and Qualities of Being a Revolutionary, 2013 Related articles The Eco-Music Big Band Perform […]

Tha Assata Shakur Story, Letter-Writing Dinner 4 Sundiata Acoli, Sekou Odinga, and Mutulu Shakur

Friends, This will be a good one and if you haven’t heard about Assata Shakur and why she is free right now, make sure to come out. Guest speaker Joan Gibbs will drop history and knowledge about her client Sundiata and more. Hope to see you there, Daniel The Assata Shakur Story, Letter-Writing Dinner for […]

Jalil Muntaqim: Still in Attica after 40 yearz

  Jalil Muntaqim, a former member of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army, has spent more than 40 years behind bars after receiving a sentence of 25 years to life in 1971. Mara Ahmed, an activist, artist, documentary filmmaker and blogger based in Rochester, N.Y., recently visited Muntaqim at the Attica Correctional Facility […]

Amerika’z War Against Black Power

    By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-   ( – Human rights activists are calling on the government to grant amnesty and unconditional freedom to all political prisoners incarcerated because of COINTELPRO, a secret federal law enforcement program that destroyed Black and dissident organizations in the 1960s and 1970s. Men and women who sacrificed […]

Political Prisonerz Sekou Odinga and Abdul Majid case updatez

  Political Prisoners Sekou Odinga and Abdul Majid case updates Posted: 31 Mar 2014 11:48 AM PDT Download Podcast Discussion with political prisoner activist Dequi Kioni-sadiki about the cases of Abdul Majid and her husband Sekou Odinga. This posting includes an audio/video/photo media file: Download Now Related articles Sekou Odinga and Dequi Kioni-Sadiki: Marriage in […]

Black militancy: notez from the underground

A brief history by Rashad Shabazz of the Black Liberation Army, a Marxist-Leninist urban guerrilla group with roots in the Black Panther Party. If one were to examine, closely, the hegemonic discourses of black American history, one would be surprised to find a long history of militant armed struggle. Slave rebellions, urban “guerilla” insurgencies, rural […]

The Pantherz, the Black Liberation Army and the struggle to free all political prisonerz and prisonerz of war

  A transcript of a talk given by Ashanti Alsto at the Law and Disorder conference, held in Portland, Oregon from April 14 – 16, 2010. I want to get started off in a way that helps me get rid of the butterflies, and helps get us stirred as well. You know we always say, […]

Nu-afrikan Political Prisonerz/ Prisonerz of War

Black Panther Political Prisoners “Let’s be Realistic. Lets Do the impossible…” Ernesto “Che” Guevara FREE THEM NOW; TIME IN CAPTIVITY FOR ALL OVER 800 YEARS ABDUL MAJID-(63yrs) – Captured 1/1982 (33yrs-) Sentence: 33 ½ years-Time Served: 30 years Estimated Cost: $483,000 SEKOU ODINGA-(68 yrs)-Captured 10/1981(37yrs) Sentence: 25year to life and $25,000 fine for each […]

Black Panther Cop Killer Who Called 9/11 “Blowback” Seekz Parole

  by Daniel Greenfield And if the parole doesn’t come through, Eric Holder will find a way to get them a presidential pardon. Herman Bell and Anthony Bottom (aka Jalil Muntaqim), Black Liberation Army activists, finally admitted to the 1971 killing of two NYPD officers in hopes of parole, NOT remorse! Their membership in the […]