Assata: A Biography – A Review and Quotez

by Carlos Martinez The following book review first appeared in the Morning Star on 1 September, 2014. It is followed by a selection of important quotes from the book. It was republished in Invent the Future. “They call us bandits, but it is not we who are robbing Africa, Asia, and Latin America of their […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “You don’t have to be a man to fight for freedom. All you have to do is to be an intelligent human being.” — Malcolm X Related articles Missing Malcolm X: Are Rappers Scared of Revolution? New Malcolm X Diary Reveals a Revolutionary Optimist March is for Malcolm Malcolm X was more than King’s […]

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Chicago Illustratez And Exemplifiez The Ghettoization, Thugization and Niggerization of Black Amerika

  by Desi Cortez “. . . it’s time for Chicago to fall under Martial Law . . . curfews and roadside checkpoints – with the authority being the US Army’s historical  Buffalo Soldiers.” I never thought  the day would dawn when I’d conclude the only answer to the violence in a city like Chicago […]

#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 […]

Black particularity reconsidered

  by Adolph L. Reed Jr. An in-depth 1970s analysis of how the management of black dissent by the black American middle-class/professional elite helped restructure capitalism to its own advantage. “Black Power presupposed a mass-organizational model built on the assumption of a homogeneity of black political interests to be dealt with through community leadership. It […]

DR. KHALLID ABDUL MUHAMMAD – ENOUGH NEGRO STUFF – REVOLUTION IZ THE SOLUTION

  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomordeath/2014/06/17/dr-khallid-abdul-muhammad–enough-negro-stuff–revolution-is-the-solution/scrub/1593 New Current Events Podcasts with NBPP BLACK POWER RADIO on BlogTalkRadio We take an indept look at the last recorded speech ever given by the Black Power General – Dr. Khallid Abdul Muhammad. Filmed in Harlem, New York – this was a speech given against man odds. At the time unknown to many […]

Remembering Jitu K. Weusi

  “Jitu Weusi was one of the great, unsung activist, organizer, educator, and thinker that came out of our movement in the 1960s.” My long time friend for over forty years and comrade in the struggle for African Liberation worldwide, Jitu Weusi, made his transition last year on Wednesday, May 23, 2013 at his home […]

Pleaze support tha Freedom Archivez!

Spring 2014 Dear Friends of the Freedom Archives, We are deeply saddened by a number of recent losses to our Freedom Archives family. In addition to Amiri Baraka and Chokwe Lumumba, we lost both Mabel Williams and Fred Ho in April.  All of them participated in and contributed to our work over the last 15 […]