Revolutionary Daily Thought

“I am afraid that we New Afrikans are not passing the torch on fast or soon enough. Not enough youth are brought into the struggle — especially on a leadership level. And it can’t or I doubt it will happen accidentally. It needs to be an organized planned effort. We need to identify young sistas […]

33 Yearz of Resistance, and Still Going Strong!

Mumia’s message to all of us on the anniversary of his arrest Dear Brothers, Sisters, Friends and Comrades, On the Move       We gather together today in the spirit of resistance, and when we look around us we see that we are surrounded by that spirit:  the spirit of rebellion, the spirit of resistance, and […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

How can activists and those who struggle for change Fight a Beast and win, if they are feeding it, protecting it, or participating with its life line? Why scream at the people in political offices for fair treatment, when they are public servants not masters. You buy their electrical power,  – you use their gasoline, […]

Solidarity had the might to move the mountain of prison torture that kept uz isolated and voiceless – we still need you now, even more

by Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa and Jabari Scott CDCR deliberately lied about their implementation of the Security Threat Group (STG) Step Down Program (SDP) sanctioned by Gov. Jerry Brown. We prisoners, the Prisoner Human Rights Movement (PHRM), all our supporters, all state legislators and all citizens of California are being lied to and manipulated by Gov. […]

On the Program of the Black Panther Party: Which Way Forward for Black Workerz and Youth? – Pt 2

In the final part of his article, John Peterson analyses the programme of the Panthers, highlighting its strong points as well as its weaknesses. The Program of the Black Panther Party 1. WE WANT FREEDOM. WE WANT POWER TO DETERMINE THE DESTINY OF OUR BLACK AND OPPRESSED COMMUNITIES. We believe that Black and oppressed people […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “My journey through this life has been and continues to be a mystery. I remain eager to understand it. As a human being, my fundamental goal is simply to be free to walk in the sunshine without man’s ugly bars of oppression hindering my movement. I’m talking about freedom in the purest sense: To […]

Zapata and the Zapatistaz: Today’z continuing struggle

by Chriss Garcia By 1910, Mexican President Porfirio Diaz solidified his place in the annals of Mexican history. As an elitist oligarch, he corruptly governed the country with a crony-ite unashamedness that was reinforced by the caudillo (chieftain-type strongman) support base he espoused. Under his presidency, the large landowners (latofundistas) and the haciendas increased, as […]

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

A personal account of the colonial U.S. prison system

  Kwame Agomou Published Mar  3, 2014 Foreword: The following is an account of the actual conditions in today’s U.S. prison system, written by Comrade Kwame Agomou of the International Peoples’s Democratic Uhuru Movement. It was written during his recent unjust incarceration for defending himself against the violence of a white nationalist vigilante who attacked […]