Dr. Mutulu Shakur & Palestine iz a Political Prisoner Camp

Download Podcast Updates and news related to political prisoners and prisoners of war. We will also lend our voice to all the political prisoners and prisoners of war in Palestine We will also re-air an interview with Bro. BILAL SUNNI-ALI discussing political prisoner Dr. Mutulu Shakur. Bro. BILAL SUNNI-ALI is a musician, performer, composer, educator, […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Slave Fort in Florida attacked, Seminole Wars begin Col. Edmund Gaines Date: Thu, 1815-07-27 On this date in 1815, the Seminole Wars began when a U.S. government, under pressure from Georgia slaveholders, ordered Colonel Edmund Gaines to attack and destroy a Negro Fort on the banks of the Apalachicola River in Florida. The government planned […]

Inside a CCA private prison: Two slavez for the price of one, Part Two

by Anthony Robinson Jr. “The slave went free, stood a brief moment in the sun, then moved back again towards slavery.” – W.E.B. Du Bois, “Black Reconstruction” In 1973, the National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals issued a report which stated in part: “The prison, the reformatory and the jail have achieved […]

The Ethnic Cleanzing of Amerika

by Jalil Muntqim It began over a decade ago – subtle, quiet and unnoticeable.The media played it up as the result if the drug epidemic The public accepted it with the belief they would be safer. Ten years later, the state and federal governments continue to laud its accomplishment and urge expansion of the cleansing […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “Freedom is not something that anybody can be given. Freedom is something people take, and people are as free as they want to be” ― James Baldwin Related articles Celebrating James Baldwin The Year of James Baldwin Now in Full Classic Literary Swing (part 1) 5 Things You May Not Know About James Baldwin […]

Today In Black History (our story)

Motor City race unrest errupts! National Guard in 1967 Date: Sun, 1967-07-23 On this date in 1967, the Detroit rebellion occurred. The summer of that year was a turbulent time in American history, “the worst year for riots in the United States,” with 165 uprisings taking place. The Detroit uprising began near 12th Street and […]

Today In Black History (our story)

  Halie Selassie, Ethiopian ruler! Halie Selassie Date: Sat, 1892-07-23 Halie Selassie was born on this date in 1892. He was an African dictator and political force in 20th century Ethiopia. Selassie was born Tafari Makonnen in Harer, Ethiopia. He married Wayzaro Menen, daughter of Emperor Menelik II, in 1911. By becoming prince (Ras), Selassie […]

Today’z activistz should heed the story of Assata Shakur

  State surveillance is justified by saying ‘the innocent have nothing to fear’, but renewed attempts to capture Shakur show we cannot be complacent by   Kwesi Shaddai ‘Assata Shakur was convicted in 1977 by a jury filled with relatives, partners and friends of state troopers, and sentenced to life imprisonment.’ Photograph: NY Daily News via […]

Interview with Huey P. Newton (1968)

  THE MOVEMENT: The question of nationalism is a vital one in the black movement today. Some have made a distinction between cultural nationalism and revolutionary nationalism. Would you comment on the differences and give us your views? HUEY P. NEWTON: There are two kinds of nationalism, revolutionary nationalism and reactionary nationalism. Revolutionary nationalism is […]

The Secret History of Gunz

      The Ku Klux Klan, Ronald Reagan, and, for most of its history, the NRA all worked to control guns. The Founding Fathers? They required gun ownership—and regulated it. And no group has more fiercely advocated the right to bear loaded weapons in public than the Black Panthers—the true pioneers of the modern […]