PASSIN’ IT ON!   On Saturday, March 29, 2014: Lumumba Family Members, Friends, Comrades, Former Political Prisoners/POW’s & Human Rights Advocates Will Gather @ 6:00pm In Brooklyn’s Historic House Of The Lord Church to Honor And Remember Our Fallen Freedom Fighter, The Peoples Attorney & Jackson, Mississippi Mayor, Bro. Chokwe Lumumba.  The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and the National Conference of Black Lawyers will […]

Black Pantherz Speak Out About Police Brutality & Criminal Injustice

source: I came across the Black Panther Party’s 10 Point Plan again last week in the course of doing some research on a different topic.  I stopped to re-read the points and I was struck by two things. The first is that the plan is as relevant today as when it was unveiled in […]


African women have always had to work just as hard as a man and bare the burden of other oppressive and repressive situations to survive and adapt to her environment. It is other women who truly embody the understanding of the struggle of woman

One Year Later: Albert Woodfox is still not convicted or released

One year ago today, supporters of Albert Woodfox were elated when Judge Brady’s ruling on Albert’s criminal case was announced.  It was a THIRD overturning of his conviction! How can it be possible that an innocent man, who now stands unconvicted in the eyes of the law, remains locked in a solitary cage while he […]

Nu-afrikan Political Prisonerz/ Prisonerz of War

Black Panther Political Prisoners “Let’s be Realistic. Lets Do the impossible…” Ernesto “Che” Guevara FREE THEM NOW; TIME IN CAPTIVITY FOR ALL OVER 800 YEARS ABDUL MAJID-(63yrs) – Captured 1/1982 (33yrs-) Sentence: 33 ½ years-Time Served: 30 years Estimated Cost: $483,000 SEKOU ODINGA-(68 yrs)-Captured 10/1981(37yrs) Sentence: 25year to life and $25,000 fine for each […]

An Anatomy of a Failed Black Manhood

By Abdul Olugbala Shakur, Jan. 23, 2007               Preamble My Kolonial slave title is James Earl Harvey, but I am known my New Afrikan Freedom name, which is Abdul Olugbala Shakur. At the age of 17,  a young black teenage girl was gang raped by three white male sailors, so I retaliated for this vicious act and as a result […]

21 Things You Can’t Do While Black in amerikkka

Mother Jones             /               By Lauren Williams              In the United States, sometimes your skin color is evidence enough against you. The following story first appeared in  Mother Jones.  Florida’s second sensational, race-tinged murder trial in less than a year is underway. Michael Dunn, a white, 47-year-old software developer,  shot and killed Jordan Davis, a 17-year-old […]

Huey Newton’z Speech at Boston College 18th November 1970

Democracy and Class Struggle is revisiting the writings of Brother Huey Newton and trying to use his interpretation of Dialectical Materialism rather than Historical Materialism to understand the class struggle and contradictory social processes today.  We take the view of Kevin Rashid Johnson  “We realize that the lumpen are our brothers and sisters, and we […]