Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “Unitary Conduct implies a ‘search’ for those elements in our present situation which can become the basis for joint action. It involves a conscious reaching for the relevant, the entente, and especially, in our case the reconcilable. Throughout the centralizing authoritarian process of Amerikan history, the ruling classes have found it necessary to discourage […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  THE BLACK RIDERS DECLARE that since Black People have been here “… we always have done most of the dying, and still do: dying at the stake, through social neglect or in U.S foreign wars. The point is now to construct a situation where som…eone else will join in the dying. If it fails […]

Step Down Program: Orwell’z story come true

  by Daniel Treglia As many readers know, George Orwell’s book titled “1984” was about a police state that controlled every aspect of life, including thinking, enforced by the “Thought Police.” This book comes to mind when I hear of the new Step Down Program CDCR is implementing. “Multi-Colored Power” by Criss Garcia, J-93559, PBSP […]

Afrikan Martyrs! #AfrikanMartyr

UhuruNews Published Feb 22, 2014 The following is a brief biography of some of our African martyrs. This series can also be found at: #AfricanMartyr  https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/africanmartyr Fred Hampton Fred Hampton was a U.S. born revolutionary member of the Black Panther Party (BPP). Hampton began his political career organizing with the NAACP however as BPPs influence […]

NYC – Tuesday, April 1st – Letter-writing to California Political Prisonerz

  http://nycabc.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/nyc-tuesday-april-1st-letter-writing-to-california-political-prisoners WHAT: Political Prisoner Letter-Writing Dinner WHEN: 7pm sharp, Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 WHERE: CAGE – 83A Hester Street (UPSTAIRS) New York, New York 10002 (directions below) COST: Free Oh, no, guys! Chris Brown says being in jail is like being a caged animal. Maybe the revelation of a millionaire pop star will shed […]

Blood in my pen

  by Cornelius Harris My pen cutting wounds into the surface, forming letters, creating words that express my existence. Wounds that never seem to heal because they are real testaments to who I am, where I come from, and what I been through. George Jackson, author of the posthumous collection of his letters titled “Blood […]

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 […]

by Anthony Robinson Jr. “We will now criticize the unjust with the weapon.” – Comrade George Jackson Anthony Robinson Jr. I write this essay with a gripping ambivalence: Admittedly I am both haunted and inspired, desperate for solutions, yet hopeful. I am a new found political prisoner within the grips of one of CCA’s slave […]

Fallen Komradez of the Black Panther Party

  “Like men we’ll face the murderous cowardly pack – pressed to the wall dying… but fighting back.” The vision of the BPP was to serve the needs of the oppressed people in our communities and defend them against their oppressors. We did not expect the U.S. government, its agencies and hired hands to stand […]