We are the world

  by Mutope Duguma We human beings are a political, social, cultural and economic force trapped within the colonial powers of our oppressors’ system, in and out of prison. Our struggle is for absolute self-determination and liberation on a national and international level, by way of changing from scientific capitalism into a scientific socialist system, […]

Back from hell: Black power and treason to whitenezz inside prison wallz

A personal account by Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin of a cross-race alliance of prisoners against conditions at a federal penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana in the early 1970s. The federal penitentiary at Terre Haute, Indiana had the reputation of being the most racist and brutal prison in the federal prison system. The city of Terre Haute […]

Frances

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

Move 9 Monday’z Continuez Thiz Monday 3/10

  Ona Move Everybody ! This system and it’s agents are going all out to keep innocent Move Members locked away in prison for the rest of their lives. Bottom line is we are not going to allow this system under the guise of The Pa Parole Board To hold our family hostage in prison […]

The rich ride for free, the po’ get po’liced: Mayor Lee orderz Muni sweepz

Governmental racism and oppression at it’z best by Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia “People are evading their fares. We are only here because the mayor wants to cut down on all the crime,” Officer Carrasco barked at me, while issuing a citation for alleged fare evasion to a young African-descendent student on his way to school. […]

Checkpoint – Jasiri X A Must See

Here’s some new music from Jasiri X.. He along with long time writer and activist Dream Hampton were part of a delegation that went to Palestine. They just got back and he flipped this video “Checkpoint” is based on the oppression and discrimination Jasiri X witnessed firsthand during his recent trip to Palestine and Israel “Checkpoint” is produced […]

Women in Prison: How It Iz With Us

Assata Shakur / Joanne Chesimard published in The Black Scholar, April 1978 We sit in the bull pen. We are all black. All restless. And we are all  freezing.  When we ask, the matron tells us that the heating system cannot  be adjusted.  All of us, with the exception of a woman, tall and gaunt, […]

Anti-Imperialist Crossword Puzzle

permalink   ACROSS 4 ___________ is a failed organizational strategy that enjoys much support among activists in imperialist countries who romanticize the call to arms and quick attacks on the enemy   6 Cultural nationalism was sometimes called ___________ nationalism by Huey P. Newton   10 A ________ party provides the necessary leadership for a […]

True soldierz needed

by Amy Buckley Through the years women have played important roles in the revolutionary movement. Today it seems that women have lost interest in being a revolutionary, but it is time for that to change. Woman prisoner – Photo: Julie Schwietert Women, we have some big shoes to fill, but we can do it if […]