A PROFESSIONAL REVOLUTIONARY

 By Zayd Malik Shakur To those of us who have dedicated our lives to the liberation of Black people, who have dared to say, “We shall have our freedom or the earth will be leveled by our attempts to gain it,” death is a common occurrence. It is something we had to accept, for we […]

Political Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim’s Parole Strategy, read and pass on!

  This statement below is written by Jalil, if you want to write him or read more of his writings please visit freejalil.com Write to Jalil: Anthony J. Bottom #77A4283, Attica C.F. P.O. Box 149, Attica, NY 14011-0149 Analysis on Prison-Parole Reform Strategy Dear Friends and Supporters: As many of you may have heard on June 17, 2014, I […]

Shujaa Graham, The originz of “Black August” and Prison Movementz

  Download Podcast Shujaa Graham was born in Lake Providence, Louisiana, and grew up on a plantation in the segregated South of the 1950s. He moved to Southern California where he experienced the Watts Riots and police occupation and violence in his community. As a very young man, he spent much of it in juvenile […]

Assata: An Autobiography, by Assata Shakur, book review: Revolutionary from a different time, a different struggle

Bernadine Evaristo The revolutionary Black Liberation Army of the 1970s rose out of the ashes of the Black Panther Party to free black people in the United States, this time through armed struggle. The peaceful civil rights movement of the sixties had eliminated segregation but not the racism still endured by African Americans. The United […]

Policing Revolution

  How the LAPD’s first use of SWAT—a massive, military-style operation against the Black Panthers—was almost its last byMATTHEW FLEISCHER IT’S OVER: Black Panthers surrender after the SWAT siege of their headquarters. It was early—way too early as far as he was concerned—on December 8, 1969, when Wayne Pharr was abruptly awakened in the gunroom […]

Black Power advocatez emerge

  Bobby Seale and Huey Newton Fires of the 60’s vs the deity of daddy part V The fires of the sixties cast a veil of disdain and gross contempt over these men of integrity and quiet strength – my Daddy and other area heroes. These raging fires cast hues of red and orange shadows […]

An Ideal Blueprint: The Original Black Panther Party Model and Why It Should Be Duplicated

by Colin Jenkins The rise of the Black Panther Party (BPP) in the late 1960s signified a monumental step toward the development of self-determination in the United States. In a nation that has long suffered a schizophrenic existence, characterized by a grand facade of “freedom, liberty and democracy” hiding what Alexis de Tocqueville once aptly […]

Prison Radio Kommentariez

  by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson Mumia Abu-Jamal Essay’z “David Vs. Goliath” Mumia Abu-Jamal (2:00) Listen   “Beatings” (2:05)  Mumia Abu-Jamal Listen   “Hobby Lobby: Son of Citizen United” (2:02) Mumia Abu-Jamal Listen    “Lessons Unlearned: From History” (2:06) Mumia Abu-Jamal Listen  “Imam Jamil Ailing” (2:54)  Mumia Abu-Jamal Listen   “What makes Mumia’s essays outstanding are […]

#AM-8335 Why iz thiz voice being silenced? Information iz vital, pass the truth along.

    Photo: April Saul, Philadelphia Inquirer Inmate AM-8335, Prison Radio’s most prolific reporter, has been known by many names.  The name his mom gave him, “Wesley Cook.” Then he became known as the “Voice of the Voiceless” by thousands who have heard his truth telling journalism, and now he is and also known worldwide […]

Iman Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown) Needz Urgent Medical Assistance

    Written by Rage Souljah           Charismatic and Strong. A Dynamic Leader in the Afrikan struggle, Iman Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (formerly H. Rap Brown) is in dire need of assistance. The powerful orator grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and in the 1960s worked with the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee […]