Toivo ya Toivo: Afrikan revolutionary hero, co-founder of SWAPO passes on

After spending years as a political prisoner the leader served as an inspiration to oppressed peoples worldwide Pan-African News Wire by Abayomi Azikiwe A man of strong beliefs and convictions, Cde Toivo dedicated his life to the fight against oppression by the then South Africa authorities, rejecting apartheid South Africa’s reduction of sovereign Namibia into […]

Protest Song Of Week: ‘Glory’ by Rhymefest feat. Billy Branch

    Rhymefest co-wrote the Oscar-winning “Glory,” with Common and John Legend. The song appeared in “Selma,” and at the 2017 Chicago Bluesfest, Rhymefest was joined by blues harmonica legend Billy Branch for a performance that transformed the song into a 12-minute jam. The presence of Rhymefest at the Chicago Bluesfest was hugely significant. Hip-hop […]

Beyond Prisons Episode 7: Millions For Prisoners Human Rights March feat. Krystal Rountree

BEYOND PRISONS – EPISODE 7: MILLIONS FOR PRISONERS HUMAN RIGHTS MARCH FEAT. KRYSTAL ROUNTREE In episode 7 of Beyond Prisons, Brian and Kim are joined by Krystal Rountree, founder of iamWE and national organizer of the upcoming Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March on August 19 in Washington, D.C. Krystal discusses the hard work being done […]

Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March

The March iamWE Prison Advocacy Network is forever humbled to be hosting the upcoming March on Washington DC. We would like to add a few updated details about this event. Date:Saturday August 19th Time: 11:30am-12:00pm March 12:00pm- 5:00pm Rally Location: White House (Lafayette Park) Pennsylvania Ave NW & 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001 DEMONSTRATION:  […]

FREE ALPHABET BOOK TEACHES CHILDREN ABOUT EUROPE’S VIOLENT COLONIAL PAST AND PRESENT

Spain-based Peruvian writer Daniela Ortiz’s new book is the history lesson I never got as a child but always needed. The ABC of Racist Europe seeks to expose how Europe’s racist, colonial laws came to be and can still be felt today in xenophobic migrant and refugee policies. According to Telesur, the book began as […]