We interrupt thiz program: Prison censorship of TV newz

  by Robert Frazier In today’s world we’re seeing the courts and media minimize the fact that U.S. prisons are run by criminals worse than some of the so-called worst confined within them. They have attempted and have succeeded to a degree in demonizing the prisoners being tortured and thereby desensitize the general public on […]

On Thiz Day In History ( our story)

  Race riot in Tulsa, Oklahoma Date: Tue, 1921-05-31 On this date in 1921, 300 people died in the Tulsa Race riots, most of them Black, at the hands of a White mob. One of the worst race riots in U.S. history, it lasted two days. Hundreds of people were injured, and more than 1000 […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

  The Ku Klux Klan, a brief biography Date: Thu, 1866-05-31 The founding of the Ku Klux Klan in 1866 is recognized on this date. The Ku Klux Klan is an American organization that primarily promotes hatred to all races that are not White and to non-protestant religions. It was organized in Pulaski, TN, in […]

Sportz, Black Athletez & Modern Slavery

  By Charlene Muhammad Sterling controversy again raises questions of master-slave relationships in sports In this Oct. 17, 2010 file photo, Los Angeles Clippers team owner Donald Sterling watches his team play in Los Angeles. The NBA investigated a report of an audio recording in which a man purported to be Sterling makes racist remarks […]

The Racist Originz Of The Medical/Recreational Divide

  By Jeremy Daw Chinese immigrants tended to patronize opium dens where they could smoke narcotics through water pipes, white Americans preferred to inject pure morphine (extracted from the same opium resin) by means of a hypodermic syringe. The concept of ‘medical marijuana’ has proven very powerful in changing minds. Twenty states have already reformed […]

Remembering Jitu K. Weusi

  “Jitu Weusi was one of the great, unsung activist, organizer, educator, and thinker that came out of our movement in the 1960s.” My long time friend for over forty years and comrade in the struggle for African Liberation worldwide, Jitu Weusi, made his transition last year on Wednesday, May 23, 2013 at his home […]

“Who iz Kevin Rashid Johnson”

  by Jennifer Black Kevin Rashid” Johnson is a remarkable artist, accomplished writer, and politicized theoretician. Please listen to his work, read his articles, and view his inspiring art.   Rashid Johnson went to jail as a young adult in 1990, and has spent the last 24 years living in jail and prison cells, mostly […]

Kevin Rashid Johnson experienced a frightening medical crisis beginning on May 14th

  we just got word of it a few days ago. He had crippling pain behind his left eye, blurred vision, and very high blood pressure.  This case of severe hypertension if untreated could cause life threatening medical episodes.   Today Rashid told us:  “Medical neglect is a serious problem here.  I personally have witnessed two inmates […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “Fear is our greatest hindrance.Fear and half measures. They can isolate me, but they cannot isolate an ideal” —Kevin Rashid Johnson Related articles Revolutionary Womyn Message of Thanks from Kevin Rashid Johnson EMERGENCY: Fight to save the life of Kevin Rashid Johnson (Update) Kevin “Rashid” Johnson has been transferred again. Obama’s Lies and Kevin […]

Oscar López Rivera’z Message to the World

  Today marks the 33rd anniversary of the incarceration of Oscar López Rivera, a Puerto Rican considered by many to be one of the longest-held political prisoners in the Western Hemisphere. What follows is the original message in English López Rivera shared with Puerto Rico’s El Nuevo Día: To love the homeland costs nothing, what would be costly is if […]