Hold Copz Accountable For Brutality & Murder Of Unarmed Citizenz

Police brutality and murders of unarmed citizens have reached epidemic levels. Basically, every police department across the United States uses tax dollars to cover settlements from lawsuits because of police misconduct. Officers with excessive claims would no longer be employable in any jurisdiction.  We Demand that officers carry professional liability insurance as a condition of employment. […]

The Spook Who Sat By The Door (FULL MOVIE & 2011 Video Interviewz With Sam Greenlee)

“I made a Guerrilla style film about a Guerrilla war [here in Amerika]!!!….I wrote it for the Brothers and Sistas on tha’ Block.” —- Sam Greenlee, 2011 You are about to witness an IDEA Sooo fuckin’ powerful that the Amerikan government tried to stop the printing of the book, Intimidated people out of financing the […]

Eyez Of The Rainbow – a documentary film with Assata Shakur

“Like most poor people in the United States, I have no voice. The Black press and the progressive media, as well as Black civil rights organizations, have historically played an essential role in the struggle for social justice. We should continue and expand that tradition. We should create media outlets that help to educate our […]

The Brother From Another Planet/Another MUST SEE CULT CLASSIC!!!

** Nominated for Sundance Grand Jury Prize ** Cult classic. The Brother is an alien who has crash-landed in New York City. While he can’t talk, he is very empathic and handy. His attempt to make a place for himself in Harlem. Meanwhile, two bounty hunters from the Brother’s planet arrive to capture him.The story […]

Black People Resisted

  As a Pan-afrikanst living here in the amerikkka’s.I pledge to continue the fight that my ancestors fought and even gave their lives 4 so that i would have freedom to live as a proud NU-Afrikan.  That dream is still differed still some 450 yrs later,and i will not rest until freedom is a reality for all […]

Black Unity – A Home Away From Home

This Saturday’s show. We will discuss why amerikkka would have the nerve to put a million dollar bounty on Queen Assata. amerikkka’s government may as well done the same thing Nana Harriett Tubman. The Black Woman is the mother of all nations. via Black Unity – A Home Away From Home.

Consciousness of being: Re-imagining Biko 40 years on

A lecture delivered at the University of California Los Angeles and Freedom Park, 7 July 2017 The Drum Veli Mbele Jul 20, 2017 Forty years after Steve Biko’s murder in detention, the world we live in has not changed fundamentally for Black people. Regardless of where you reside in the world, how educated you are, […]

Missouri ignores US Supreme Court ruling requiring resentencing of prisoners given life without parole as juveniles

by Cedric ‘G-Boy’ Clerk I am currently serving life without parole in the Missouri Department of Corrections. I have been incarcerated since the age of 15. I’m being held under an unconstitutional sentence along with 80-plus others who were sentenced to life without parole as juveniles (JLWOP). In June 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court found […]

The Criminalized Majority

by Dan Berger and David Stein Image: MGN “Everyone should go to jail, say, once every ten years,” opined novelist and poet Jesse Ball in a recent LA Times article. It may seem like Swiftian satire, but Ball’s proposal is earnest. Addressed “to a nation of jailers,” he argues that a brief but regular stint in […]

Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in Amerika

2016 National Book Award Winner, Nonfiction IBRAM X. KENDI Masha Gessen, Chair of the judges’ panel for the 2016 National Book Awards for Nonfiction, presents Ibram X. Kendi with the honor.       Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America (Nation Books) ISBN: 978-1568584638 National Book Foundation: Who did you […]

Maskot #1: “They sure do love them some black pain.”

by PHILLIP B. WILLIAMS Tell us duh one bout dem chirren and duh bullets dey eat Tell us duh one bout dem roaches makin love to yo feet Tell us duh one bout yo grandmammy’s hands: callused and cookin, cansuh everywhere but her hands Tell us bout her mouf too: “Oh Lawdy Jesus” “Wrench around…” “Bout […]

The Abandonment

by PAUL STREET Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow is properly understood as a classic text on and against the regime of racist mass incarceration and criminal- (felony-) marking that arose and became deeply entrenched in the United States during the last third of the previous century.  There were three key problems, however, with professor Alexander’s use […]

A History of the Omaha Black Panthers

On July 28, 1966, the Omaha World-Herald published a report about a a “200 member gang known as the Black Panthers” that “planned much of the systematic firebombing, sniping and looting in Cleveland’s slum riots.” From the outset, Omaha’s media portrayed the Black Panther Party as violent hoodlums, and in the next several years they wouldn’t stop. […]

FRAMED: Chapter 2 by Michael Richardson

Adam’s Note: This is the second chapter in a series for NorthOmahaHistory.com called Framed: J. Edgar Hoover, COINTELPRO and the Omaha Two Story. Written by author Michael Richardson. Learn more here. “My mother used to tell me to stay away from white people because they will hurt you.”—Edward Poindexter on growing up in Omaha   Edward Alan Poindexter was born […]