NOW STREAMING: AFROPUNK Mixtape #022: Who Gon Pohlease Da Pohlease — Carnival of Consciousness Edition

This month’s mixtape—AFROPUNK Mixtape #022: Who Gon Pohlease Da Pohlease—is special edition for the upcoming AFROPUNK Atlanta Presents: The Carnival Of Consciousness! This carefully curated collection features some vicious bangers from a few of our favorite AFROPUNK vets performing at next weekend’s event, like Cakes Da Killa (ft. Peaches), Saul Williams, Young Paris, Big Freedia, […]

October 8th – Day of the Heroic Guerilla

Day of the Heroic Guerilla Today, October 8, the world recognizes the most famous and prominent revolutionary of the 20th century, Ernesto “Che” Guevara de la Serna. In Cuba, the site of his final resting place, this day is known as “The Day of the Heroic Guerilla.” Argentinean born, the doctor met Cuban revolutionaries in […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

Critically think: At what point in history did white people earn the blind trust of Black people?  Given that the answer to thiz question iz never. Isn’t it therefore insane for uz to keep accepting white source’z constant negative narrativez and statisticz about Black people-that intentionally impliez the myth of their white superiority-az being accurate? […]

Update on Situation of Politikal Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim

  Just got off the phone with Jalil’s friend Jean, who visited him on Wednesday. Jalil had been placed on a mailwatch, a situation of which he was not informed. There was already one hearing, and Jalil thinks the next one will be today. As soon as we have more info, we will send out […]

When School Feelz Like Jail

Isolation rooms and paddling: What some schools in the South are doing to keep students in line. A student inside the Yazoo City Alternative Learning Center, an alternative school in the Mississippi Delta.Rory Doyle for Medium/BRIGHT R ockmon Montrell “Rock” Allen, an 18-year-old from Jackson, Mississippi, has never gone to jail. But school, he says, […]

Dallas Shooting: Where Peaceful Existence iz Impossible, Violence iz Inevitable

by Frank Castro   When John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, Malcolm X famously commented “[President Kennedy] never foresaw that the chickens would come home to roost so soon… Chickens coming home to roost never did make me sad.” Following the backlash of what many considered Malcolm’s callous remarks, the Civil Rights leader clarified […]