SF – October 16 – 7pm – Freedom Archivez Celebratez 15 Yearz

Please join us in celebrating 15 years of radical political history, culture and activism with music and community The Freedom Archives Anniversary Celebration Thursday, October 16th – Doors 6:30 – Program 7pm African American Art & Culture Complex 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco Featuring Tarika Lewis & the Youth Ensemble and Rico Pabon with live […]

On Thiz Day in History (our story)

Blacks admitted to serve in the Union Navy US Monitor 1862 Date: Wed, 1861-09-25 On this date in 1861, The Union Navy admitted Blacks for military service for the first time, almost a year before the army opened its ranks. Some former slaves risked their lives to enlist, swimming or rowing boats from plantations to […]

Harvey Arden on Leonard Peltier~~20-min fiery free audio talk

Harvey Arden explains “Who Is Leonard Peltier?” in 20-minute fiery audio [Peltier segment starts at minute 24…move time dial to 24 min. or LISTEN TO IT ALL!!] {Katrina is a passionate host] http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thecommunityjournalradio/2014/09/12/community-radio-building-strong-communities-one-person-at-a-time-1 For hand-signed copies of Harvey’s books Leonard see http://www.haveyouthought.com   Related articles Incident at Oglala: The Leonard Peltier Story – FULL MOVIE […]

43rd anniversary of the historic Attica Prison Rebellion

Download Podcast This weekend marks the 43rd anniversary of the historic Attica Prison Rebellion and tonight will share our thoughts and reports on the historic event when prisoners in New Yorks Attica prison of all ethnicities and religions stood together to protest the inhumane conditions they were forced to endure. We will also share a […]

Buffalo Soldierz

The Buffalo Soldier story is one of courage and patriotism, because of their contributions and sacrifices in the past, we now have a future. It is our honor to tell their story, as it is a story worth telling. These Soldiers protected the American frontier from the American Revolution through the Indian Wars. They also […]

CODE BLACK: Murder, Mass Incarceration, Militarization and Genocide in Progress

by BAR editor and columnist Dr. Marsha Coleman-Adebayo and Kevin Berends “Instead of lynchings, we now enjoy the spectacle of the fraternal-order-of-police executing blacks and browns as sport.” In these lawless and insufferable times we often find those charged with upholding the Constitution mouthing platitudes about the wisdom of the Founding Fathers, their brilliance in […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“And because I had been a hustler, I knew better than all whites knew, and better than nearly all of the black ‘leaders’ knew, that actually the most dangerous black man in America was the ghetto hustler. Why do I say this? The hustler, out there in the ghetto jungles, has less respect for the […]

We Must Never Surrender Our Culture

“There have always been Africans or Black people in America who have been both physically and mentally free. We have also had far too many of those who have yielded their bodies—and worse, their souls— to people and systems whose purpose was to exploit to take all and give nothing.” Our late, great ancestor, Dr. […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

The Christiana Riot, the first open resistance to fugitive slave law Date: Thu, 1851-09-11 On this date in 1851, the Christiana Resistance occurred, a race riot that was the first recorded open resistance to the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law. A group of Blacks routed a band of slave catchers attempting to re-enslave escaped slaves in […]

Prison Kommentarirez

“War by Another Name”  (2:25) Mumia Abu-Jamal Listen   “Breaking Free”  (2:17) Natalie DeMola Listen     “Running Down the Walls”  (1:30) Jaan Laaman Listen “America’s Race Problem”  (3:56) Kerry Shakaboona Marshall Listen   “Voices of the Forgotten Poltical Prisoners”  (5:06) Khalfani Malik Khaldun Listen “After Two Years the War for Freedom”  (2:06) Lorenzo Cat Johnson […]