Revolutionary Mind State

by Saif Ullah of United Struggle from Within   permalink Revolutionary state of mind has a place in all ages. I was born too late for the 60’s so I found mine in these pages of Assata, Angela, Huey Newton and George. They really opened up my mind and made me pick up the sword. Because […]

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 […]

Elder Freeman, Lifelong Warrior from the Black Panther Party 4 Self- Defense,passes to the ancestorz

Elder Freeman of #BlackPanthers has joined the ancestors. Memorials are being planned in NY, Oakland, LA. There’s an interview with him Published on Sep 1, 2014 7/5/2014 Block Report Radio Lifelong Freedom Fighter and former member of the Black Panther Party, Ronald Elder Freeman speaks on the founding of the Panther Party in Los Angeles. He […]

Black Panther Party Film Festival Startz Friday With “Free Angela” Director Shola Lynch and “Let The Fire Burn” and Move Bombing Survivor Ramona Africa on Saturday

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR THE 6TH ANNUAL BLACK PANTHER PARTY FILM FESTIVAL  For the sixth year running, The Maysles Cinema is proud to host the Black Panther Party Film Festival. Produced by the Black Panther Commemoration Committee, NY, these two upcoming consecutive weekends (Sept. 26th-27th, Oct. 3rd-4th) capture the experiences of political prisoners, along with compelling live Q&A […]

Amerika’z fortress of blood: The death of George Jackson and the birth of the prison-industrial complex

In 1971, activist George Jackson was mysteriously killed in San Quentin prison — a tragedy repeated time and again Dan Berger   (Credit: Reuters/Lucas Jackson) A young black man gunned down by law enforcement. His body is then left outside for four hours. The shocking gore of the situation sparks countless protests around the country […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

 Jails and prisons are designed to break human beings. to convert the population into spedi,ens in a zoo – obedient to our keepers. but dangerous to each other.   Angela Davis Related articles Angela Davis on Palestine and the Prison Industrial Complex Hurry! Reserve your ticketz to the Free Angela Davis screening NOW! Angela Davis […]

BROTHERZ (1977)

Bernie Casey (Hit Man, Cleopatra Jones), Vonetta McGee (Blacula, Thomasine & Bushrod), Ron O’Neal (Superfly), John Lehne,  Stu Gilliam, Renny Roker,  Owen Pace.  Comrade George Jackson, a Freedom Fighter, Black Panther, Black Guerrilla Family. His legacy and his teaches live on, but are there any films that highlight his life? Hard to find, and not promoted […]

From Freedom Summer to Black August

San Quentin prison (Gino Zahnd/Flickr) By Dan Berger This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Freedom Summer, when thousands of mostly white college students from around the country traveled to Mississippi to contest segregation at its most violent source. Commemorations of the momentous civil rights campaign appropriately highlight the black political participation that has grown […]

RUCHELL MAGEE AND BLACK AUGUST 2014

  2014 marks the 44th anniversary of the Marin Courthouse Slave Rebellion and the 35th anniversary of Black August, first organized in 1979 to honor our fallen freedom fighters, Jonathan and George Jackson, Khatari Gaulden, James McClain, William Christmas, and the sole survivor of the August 1970 Courthouse Rebellion, Ruchell Cinque Magee. A time to […]

Knowledge Session: Who Waz George Jackson?

by: Rishma Dhaliwal Tags: George Jackson, knowledge, Knowledge Session In 1960, at the age of eight­een, George Jack­son was accused of steal­ing $70 from a gas sta­tion in Los Angeles. Though there was evid­ence of his inno­cence, his court-appointed law­yer main­tained that because Jack­son had a record (two pre­vi­ous instances of petty crime), he should […]