Assata: An Autobiography, by Assata Shakur, book review: Revolutionary from a different time, a different struggle

Bernadine Evaristo The revolutionary Black Liberation Army of the 1970s rose out of the ashes of the Black Panther Party to free black people in the United States, this time through armed struggle. The peaceful civil rights movement of the sixties had eliminated segregation but not the racism still endured by African Americans. The United […]

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 […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“We have to talk about liberating minds as well as liberating society.” — Angela Davis Related articles Revolutionary Daily Thought Vegan Angela Davis Connects Human and Animal Liberation Scientific Soul Sessionz Reading List Today’s Relevance of Angela Davis Why Don’t You Ever See TV Interviews With Inmates? Dialectics of Liberation: Black Liberation and Marxism

The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the united statez of north amerika

  C L R James The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the United States of North Americas New York Convention Resolutions ——————————————————————————– The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the United States of North Americas In 1930 Negroes in America constituted nearly twelve million, or 10 percent of the American population. Of […]


   By Carlos A. Cooks The time is at hand when the Black man must pause and take serious note of the rapid current of world events. Life for the People of African stock, has been for the past three centuries, a relentless struggle for survival. Not so much against the forces of nature, Nay! […]

The FREE HER Rally, Washington, DC., to highlight the rising incarceration of Black women, June 21st

  Thousands of concerned citizens and dozens of national organizations from across the country will converge on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, June 21st to demand an end to the mass incarceration of women. The FREE HER Rally will assemble at the Sylvan Theater on the National Mall, Independence Avenue & 15th, from […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “I believe that there will be ultimately be a clash between the oppressed and those who do the oppressing. I believe that there will be a clash between those who want freedom, justice and equality for everyone and those who want to continue the system of exploitation. I believe that there will be that […]

REMEMBRANCE: International Ritual Honoring Spiritz of Our Ancestorz Lost in the Middle Passage, St. Croix, VI.

  REMEMBRANCE: International Ritual Honoring Spirits of Our Ancestors Lost in the Middle Passage SAVE THE DATE!  THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 14.2014 Gathering @ 11:30am -Global libations/prayers @ 12noon @ Frederiksted Waterfront (in public space in front of Fort Frederik Museum) Join us for this International Remembrance Ritual As we continue to commemorate and observe […]

Afrikan Fundamentalism: I remember Marcus Garvey – died June 10, 1940, reborn August 17, 1887.

  The time has come for the Blackman to forget and cast behind him his hero worship and adoration of other races, and to start out immediately to create and emulate heroes of his own. We must canonize our own martyrs and elevate to positions of fame and honor Black men and women who have […]

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 […]