Robert and Mabel Williams Preservation Project

  During our recent trip to Detroit we began to assess and plan the preservation of Robert, Mabel and John Williams’ artifacts, papers, audio and video materials and more. Here are some pictures of a couple of the amazing artifacts we were able to engage. We’ve already done sizable work around preserving the legacy of […]

The ‘Father of Black History’ Was Afro-Puerto Rican

By JANICE LLAMOCA  http://n.pr/2usuzSB There’s a building in Harlem that houses, some say, the largest collection of Black history in the world. At the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, you can see and touch original documents like the Malcolm X papers and the Nate King Cole papers. The center also holds specialized exhibits, film […]

BURNING COP CAR #2

  Well summer it’s finally here and it’s time to burn some cars! I mean, it’s time to get your ass in shape, cause there’s nazi’s to punch and a capitalist system to overthrow. To help you on this mission of revolutionary fitness, I bring you 30 minutes of dope adrenaline pumping hard hitting politically […]

Kaepernick Goes ‘Home’ to Afrika, Questions Celebration of US Independence

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick pumps his fist at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on December 24, 2016. | Photo: Reuters The minute-long video showed that the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback visited former slave trading sites.   National Football League free agent Colin Kaepernick questioned the value that U.S. […]

“A swift salute to all of the supporters…” Statement from Folsom Prison ASU Hunger Striker, Anthony Estrada

Originally posted on Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity:
Anthony Joel Estrada Media Release June 19, 2017 A swift salute to all of the supporters and those concerned with the ongoing fight to reform CDCR’s ASUs [Administrative Segregation Units]. On May 28, 2017, I was “special” transferred under a warden to warden agreement to D.V.I.’s ASU.  This…

Stop DA office cover-up, free Mumia now!

By Betsey Piette For the second time, Common Pleas Court Judge Leon Tucker ordered the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on June 22 to release its files pertaining to any role played by former District Attorney Ronald Castille in the case of political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal. As Tucker decreed in the court’s initial order on April 28: “[T]he […]