What Do White Medical Studentz Think Of Black People?

By Robert Stitt If you have heard the phrase “black don’t crack” when referring to an African American’s skin complexion, you are not alone. If you believe it, you are not alone, either. Sadly, many of those who believe this fallacy are medical professionals. It turns out, there is a lot of misinformation about the […]

Top Infrastructure Official Explainz How Amerika Used Highwayz To Destroy Black Neighborhoodz

BY ALAN PYKE CREDIT: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION/ANTHONY FOXX Family pictures show U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx as a young man, and his grandparents on the steps of the Charlotte, NC, home where he grew up It’s time for America to reckon with the role that highway projects too often play in ripping apart underprivileged […]


Rare vinyl lovers and funk n soul aficionados rejoice the news of the unearthing of cult figure Betty Davis’ (then wife of Miles Davis) 1968-1969 recordings for Columbia Records, years before her Just Sunshine and Island days. Until now, these historic tracks have never been released, largely remaining in obscurity. The remastered collection features 9 […]

Politikal Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim Denied Parole for the Ninth Time

We are enraged to report that Jalil received notice on June 28, 2016, that he was once again rejected by the Parole Board. This is the ninth time Jalil has been to the Board, and the ninth time he has been denied,despite having an excellent record and meeting all requirements to be released on parole. […]

Hugo Pinell, aka Dahariki Kambon: Decadez of assassination attemptz against the man most feared by CDCr

by Haazim W. Muntaqim (Jeffrey Milo Burks) I want to extend many thanks and appreciation to the San Francisco Bay View for providing us with great memories and genuine farewells from the family, brothers, sisters and friends of Brother Dahariki Kambon. He was and continues to be an inspiration to all who knew him, especially […]

Afeni Shakur, 1947-2016

by Mumia Abu-Jamal She was born Alice Faye Williams in the dusty little town of Lumberton, North Carolina, on Jan. 10, 1947, a dimpled little Black girl, who grew into a petite young revolutionary known as Afeni Shakur, mother of a young rap icon and actor, Tupac Amaru Shakur. Like many country people – and […]

SF Bay View banned inside Indiana prisonz: Do Black Livez Matter behind the wallz?

by Shaka Shakur In the December 2015 issue of the San Francisco Bay View, I wrote an article entitled “Do Black Lives Matter Behind the Walls” and introduced to the Bay View audience the newly formed New African Liberation Collective (NALC). While this particular issue was allowed into prisons throughout the state, it was seized […]