Locked Down Alone: New Report Documentz Solitary Confinement in Ohio’z Prisonz

By Sarah Blatt-Herold This month the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio and Disability Rights Ohio released a collaborative review of solitary confinement and mental illness in Ohio prisons. After extensive research, tours of Ohio prisons, and interviews and surveys of incarcerated individuals, their families and prison staff, they released the report Shining a Light […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  They don’t want  heroes & sheros   because they give us hope….When we are afraid to fight back & resist, the oppressors win. Watch all who claim to be leaders but follow those who support our political prisoners because they gave us hope…’Dare to struggle, dare to win.’ — Ralph Poynter

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. […]

LETTER WRITING LAUNCH to end harmful “security / welfare checks”

Originally posted on Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity:
STOP SLEEP DEPRIVATION in CA Solitary Units in Pelican Bay SHU and Women’s Death Row The Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity Coalition (PHSS) Committee to End Sleep Deprivation is intensifying our efforts to end the so-called “security/welfare checks.” “The negative health consequences of inadequate sleep ha[ve] been extensively documented…


The Tulsa race riot was a large-scale, racially motivated conflict on May 31 and June 1, 1921, in which a group of white people attacked the black community of Tulsa, Oklahoma. It resulted in the Greenwood District, also known as ‘the Black Wall Street’ and the wealthiest black community in the United States, being burned […]

How Many Shootingz Have There Been At UCLA? The Last Waz In 1969

by  KAREN FRATTI  Although school shootings seem to happen all of the time, the location of the most recent incident is a relative stranger to them. In the past few decades, there surprisingly haven’t been many shootings at UCLA. In fact, apart from the murder-suicide and subsequent lockdown on the campus this Wednesday, the last […]

The Black Power Movement: 50 Yearz Later

By Robert T. Starks   We all agree that the 1960s was the de- cade that changed America and the world. However, while the entire decade was iconic, the last half of that decade set the pace that would influence the rest of the century and serve as a harbinger for the Black youth activism […]