A discussion on strategy for the Occupy Movement from behind enemy lines

February 19, 2012 Editor’s note: This comes from the brilliant minds – locked away in one of the most restrictive prisons in the U.S. – who brought you “California prison hunger strikers propose ‘10 core demands’ for the national Occupy Wall Street Movement,” the Bay View’s most read story, with 9,980 pageviews, from Dec. 6, […]

3 NY State Political Prisoners Statements to Occupy 4 Prisoners

The New York Prison Justice Network and New York Taskforce for Political Prisoners received these statements of support for Occupy4Prisoners from NY state political prisoners Herman Bell, David Gilbert and Jalil Muntaqim. The statements (along with one from Mumia Abu-Jamal and several from other prisoners) will be read at the NYC and Philadelphia rallies today, […]

Three Levels – Back In a Day U Remember part 1

http://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F35154477&show_artwork=true Back In A Day, U remember Part I, Vol.1. Hip Hop Selection mixed by DJ Taj. Janvier 2012. Intro by KOOL KOOR. DJ CKI, DJ Taj, Doctor Oldschool. Three Levels. Strictly vinyl mix. Education à méditer 1 love 4 the human race. Universal Boogie, Universal Zulu Nation Worldwide

The Gray Box: An investigative look at solitary confinement

by Susan Greene http://www.dartsocietyreports.org/cms/2012/01/the-gray-box-an-original-investigation/ A few weeks ago, on the fifteenth anniversary of his first day in prison, Osiel Rodriguez set about cleaning the 87 square feet he inhabits at ADX, a federal mass isolation facility in Colorado. “I got it in my head to destroy all my photographs,” he writes in a letter to […]

(2011) The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 “The Black Power Mixtape examines the evolution of the Black Power Movement in the black community and Diaspora from 1967 to 1975. The film combines music, startling 16mm footage (lying undiscovered in the basement of Swedish Television for 30 years), and contemporary audio interviews from leading African-American artists, activists, musicians […]

Here’s an interesting pair of videos presented by “StolenHistory.com”. The first video outlines the Democrat Party’s persistent support for slavery and opposition to civil rights for blacks throughout most of our nation’s history. The second video challenges the belief that after the A.D. 1964 Civil Rights Act, the racists in the Democrat Party moved to […]

Empire and its arrogance – then and now

The urination atrocity by US Marines in Afghanistan reminds us of the Jose Marti statue referred to in the First Declaration of Havana  http://www.walterlippmann.com/fc-09-02-1960.html which we can say really PISSED the Cuban people off! On March 12, 1949, three crew members from the U. S. Navy ships visiting Havana urinated on the monument of José […]

An Appeal From Our Founder

An Appeal From Our Founder    Hi, I’m Eliyah X, founder of the African People of Love & Queens of Afrika, Inc. Every year, Our Organization helps thousands of Blacks just like you navigate the many pitfalls of life. We have Join together with the Black Womans Agenda (www.theblackwomansagenda.com), under Sis. LeTava, who is in […]