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.

The De Mau-Mau 13th/m

by Big brutha komrade A.K. Sabree D.M.M. The De Mau Mau 13th/m iz called by the bloodz within by different namez: De Mau Mau 13th/m, D.M.M., Mau Mau 13th/m , or just 13th/m. But De Mau Mau az a whole iz a Nu-Afrikan Fraternal Brotherhood, that waz first formed in 1965 on Okinawa and later […]

Prison Radio Kommentariez

For the Love of Yuri (2:56) Mumia Abu-Jamal Left Forum: 2nd Amendment Anti-Black Police Violence (3:28) Mumia Abu-Jamal Voting: The Final Fig Leaf (2:27) Mumia Abu-Jamal Trump’s Running Mate (2:19) Mumia Abu-Jamal PA Parole Board Refuses to Reform How They Review Child Lifer Prisoners… (2:38) Kerry Shakaboona Marshall Revolutionary Ecology: The Legacy of Judi Bari (47:30) Narrated […]

Behind Barz on Polluted Land

Do American prisoners suffer from environmental discrimination? Glenn Towery had already served 11 years for stealing a car at gunpoint when he was transferred to Kern Valley State Prison in 2009. Riding up I-5 to the San Joaquin Valley, 150 miles north of his native Los Angeles, he probably smelled the sulfuric odor of industrial […]

PHSS Committee to End Sleep Deprivation askz for letterz about the ‘security/welfare checkz’

Guards have been jarringly waking prisoners every 30 minutes on death row at the Central California Women’s Facility since May 2014, and in the Pelican Bay SHU since Aug. 2, 2015, for so-called “security/welfare checks.” This is serious, ongoing sleep deprivation which is torture. These checks may also be harming people in other prisons; PB […]

Black Panther Party Co-Founder Bobby Seale, in conversation with Hip-Hop Artist Sellassie – SF

Black Panther Party Co-Founder Bobby Seale in conversation with Hip-Hop Artist Sellassie Friday, June 17th at 7pm 518 Valencia Street – San Francisco All Ages – Suggested Donation $20 – No One Turned Away  

#TBT To Lorraine Hansberry Discussing ‘The Black Revolution and the White Backlash’ in 1964

The “A Raisin In The Sun” playwright would have turned 86 today. Celebrate her legacy by listening thiz still-relevant speech on White support for Black activist movementz.   Had Lorraine Hansberry not succumbed to pancreatic cancer at the age of 34, she would be 86 today (May 19). The celebrated playwright of “A Raisin In The Sun,” whose 1959 Broadway […]

Crime “Prediction”: The Algorithmz of Racist Injustice

by BAR executive editor Glen Ford Mass Black incarceration wound up ensnaring too many white people in the gulags, bringing forth calls from within the establishment for “reform” to spare those undeserving of imprisonment.  Digital science came to the rescue. “The U.S. criminal justice system now deploys algorithm-based technology to predict who will be criminalized […]