Back from Ferguson activistz Rosa Clemente & Russell Shoats III

Download Podcast Rosa Clemente, an activist and former Green Party VP candidate will speak to us about the police terrorism she and others suffered while protesting in Ferguson, Missouri on August 20,2014. She told Ebony online that “officers swooped in on us from all directions and locked us down. The threats, their eyes, postures, weaponry […]

History of Revolutionary Young Lordz Party

Download Podcast Tonight we are discussing the history of the Young Lords Party which started out as a Puerto Rican street youth gang as protection from violent racist attacks in white neighborhoods and police oppression. The street gang would evolve into a revolutionary Puerto Rican nationalist group that partnered with the Black Panther Party and […]

Thiz Friday: Come out & welcome released political prisoner Marshall ‘Eddie’ Conway

FRIDAY, BLACK AUGUST 15, 2014 IN NYC…  The New York Black Panther Commemoration Committee INVITES YOU TO COME OUT & WELCOME  FORMER 44 YEAR BLACK PANTHER PARTY POLITICAL PRISONER MARSHALL “EDDIE” CONWAY TO NEW YORK! WHAT: WELCOME BACK FUNDRAISER FOR FORMER POLITICAL PRISONER MARSHALL “EDDIE” CONWAY WHEN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 2014 @ 6:00pm – 10pm WHERE: […]

Bobby Seale

In October of 1966 Huey and I drafted the first version of the Ten-Point Platform and Program, which established the primary goals of the original Black Panther Party. The Platform and Program of the “Black Panther Party for Self-Defense” was a set of guidelines of the Black Panther Party’s ideals and ways of operation. It […]

From the Keystone State to the Golden State: The need for a national movement to liberate political prisonerz

by Robert Saleem Holbrook   In Pennsylvania, former Black Panthers and Black Liberation Army members Russell Maroon Shoatz, Joseph JoJo Bowens, Clifford Lumumba Futch and Fred Muhammad Burton enter their 40th year in captivity. Up the road in USP Allenwood, Pennsylvania BLA member Sundiata Acoli is denied parole yet again by the state of New Jersey […]

Hundredz of political prisonerz in Amerika’z gulag

  Written by Stephen Lendman Date: May 9, 2010 Subject: Police State Systemic Injustice Against Two Longtime Political Prisoners – by Stephen Lendman Their names – Marshall “Eddie” Conway and Romaine “Chip” Fitzgerald, both activist COINTELPRO-targeted Black Panther members, unjustly imprisoned for four decades for crimes they didn’t commit. They’re two of many targeted Panthers, […]

Raleigh House iz Midwest 22 mystery man in ATF bomb conspiracy case

    The planned prosecution of twenty-two Black Panthers and activists by the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division included one man with a mystery role, Raleigh House. The planned prosecution of the Midwest 22 was revealed April 7, 2014, by the disclosure of an old ATF case progress note to the Justice Department closing the […]

Politikal Prisoner Radio: Dhoruba Bin-Wahad, Noelle Hanrahan, Anne Lamb and Jenn Murnam

  Download Podcast Dhoruba Bin-Wahad is an author, activist, former political prisoner, former NYC Black Panther Party leader and a co-founder of the Black Liberation Army. After hearing about COINTELPRO, which was run by the F.B.I. with the intent to murder, frame and imprison Black and other leftist leaders, Bin-Wahad filled a lawsuit that led […]

Why Are the COINTELPRO PRISONERZ STILL IN JAIL?

  My visit with Jalil Muntaqim in Attica http://www.kathleenkern.net/2014/04/ Attica prisoner from COINTELPRO era to face eighth parole hearing in June The release of Betty Medsger’s book The Burglary this winter once again drew attention to the conspiracies of COINTELPRO, a program devised by J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI that sought to discredit and destabilize minority […]

ATF agent had vialz of dynamite powder along with evidence in Omaha Two case

  Thomas Sledge, an agent of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division, in Omaha, Nebraska, carried small plastic vials of dynamite powder with him while transporting evidence in the 1970 bombing murder case of an Omaha policeman. Two Black Panther leaders, Edward Poindexter and Mondo we Langa (then David Rice), were convicted of the crime […]