CELEBRATE THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF Queen Mother ASSATA SHAKUR’Z LIBERATION

AT THE 6TH ANNUAL FREEDOM DANCE! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST 8:00PM – 12MIDNIGHT NATIONAL BLACK THEATRE 2031 5TH AVENUE (b/n 125th/126th STREET) HARLEM, NEW YORK $20 ADMISSION ~ GREAT FOOD AND BEVERAGES AVAILABLE ~ MUSIC BY DJ LUMUMBA aka REVOLUTION ~ ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT U.S. HELD POLITICAL PRISONERS ASSATA IS OUR HEROINE & NOBODY’S TERRORIST! FREE […]

Politikal Prisoner Maliki Shakur Latine updated booklist

https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1OIDUX075YH8Z/ref=cm_wl_rlist_go_o? There is now an amazon book wish list for New York State Political Prisoner Maliki Shakur Latine (thanks @throughwallsny for posting) Maliki Shakur Latine # 81-A-4469 Clinton Correctional Facility Post Office Box 2000 Dannemora, New York 12929 Birthday: August 23 In his early years, Maliki Shakur Latine joined the Nation of Islam and began […]

48th Anniversary of the Founding of the Black Panther Party

    This week is the anniversary of the formation of the Black Panther Party. That was 1966, 48 eight years ago. The original six members of the Black Panther Party were–and they are depicted in this photograph. From the top left is Elbert “Big Man” Howard; Huey P. Newton, the defense minister; Sherwin Forte; […]

The Frame Up – Eddie Conway on Reality Asserts Itself (6/10)

Mr. Conway tells the story of his arrest and trial, and being “represented” by a lawyer who spent 45 minutes with him before going to trial -

The Black Record: Why we don’t know how often police kill

  by Rasheed Shabazz In Killing Them Softly, comedian Dave explained how fearful he was to call the police when someone broke into his house. Now why would someone in a free country like America be afraid to call the police to their own home if they were the victim? Although a modest home, the house was too nice, Chappelle joked, “and […]

Women Outlawz: Politriks of Gender and Resistance in the US Criminal Justice System

Women Outlaws: Politics of Gender and Resistance in the US Criminal Justice System   Mechthild Nagel, SUNY Cortland; nagelm@cortland.edu   Prisons have always served the role of social control (Kurshan 1996). Nobody has more acutely experience and theorized imprisonment as such as political prisoners. This category includes people convicted due to their resistance to state […]

Still no resolution: an interview wit’ Sheikh Hashim Ali Alauddeen, the Imam of Malcolm Shabazz

by The People’s Minister of Information JR It’s been over a year since the murder of Malcolm Shabazz in Mexico City. The only thing that we have seen as a result of the Mexican police investigation into this crime is two mugshots of two Mexican men that they claimed were responsible for his murder, but […]

The New Afrikan Black Panther Party – Prison Chapter : Our Origin, Where We’ve Been, Where We Aim to Go

August 11, 2014   For over a year there has been a lull in publishing New Afrikan Black Panther Party – Prison Chapter (NABPP-PC) newsletters and responses to prisoner correspondence. Consequently many prisoners have been asking what we’re presently doing. There have also been various requests to know our founding history and for more clarity on […]

Misrepresented history: the legacy of Huey P. Newton

By Katherine Revello Stuart Higgins In light of a recent op-ed I wrote on police targeting of inner city black people, I felt it was an appropriate time to reflect on the legacy of the Black Panther Party and its founder, Huey P. Newton. The Black Panthers, formed in 1966 under Newton and Bobby Seale, […]

On the Program of the Black Panther Party: Which Way Forward for Black Workerz and Youth? – Pt 1

Written by John Peterson Nearly twice a week in the USA, a black person is killed by a white cop. In Ferguson, Missouri, the death of yet another young black man at the hands of the police was one too many. Necessity expressed itself through accident, and the murder of Mike Brown unleashed a wave […]