Liberation

by a Virginia prisoner September 2015 permalink Yes we say “Liberation” So you can know the level of the Brotha you facing Breaking de chains of colonial domination Enlightening the minds of my New Afrikan nation My revolutionary violence blow ya brains out Warring with parasites and mice COINTELPRO flow i think twice before i […]

Black August: “A month of meaning, of repression and radical resistance, of injustice and divine justice.”
- Mumia Abu-Jamal

Black August ori­gin­ated in the con­cen­tra­tion camps of Cali­for­nia to honor fallen Free­dom Fight­ers, Jonathan Jack­son, George Jack­son, Wil­liam Christ­mas, James McClain and Khatari Gaulden. Jonathan Jack­son was gunned down out­side the Marin County Cali­for­nia court­house on August 7, 1970 as he attemp­ted to lib­er­ate three imprisoned Black Lib­er­a­tion Fight­ers: James McClain, Wil­liam Christ­mas and […]

NYC, Saturday, September. 12, 7 p.m. Leonard Peltier Birthday — film “Warrior”

WARRIOR The Life of Leonard Peltier a film produced & directed by Suzie Baer   7 p.m.  Saturday, September 12, 2015  Leonard Peltier’s 71st Birthday  Bluestockings Book Store 172 Allen Street, New York, NY (a block and a half below East Houston) ​ Although not a new film, Warrior covers the story of Leonard Peltier, […]

First US State Approvez Dronez with Rubber Bulletz, Tasers, Pepper Spray, Tear Gaz, Sound Cannonz for Domestic Use

By Robert Barsocchini Global Research, August 28, 2015 North Dakota has become the first state to approve government use of drones equipped with “less than lethal weapons”, including “rubber bullets, pepper spray, tear gas, sound cannons, and Tasers”. The bill passsed largely due to the inherent corruption of the US political system, as the wording was modified to allow […]

CA Prisonerz Win Historic Gainz with Settlement against Solitary Confinement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 1, 2015 Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity Coalition CA Prisoners Win Historic Gains with Settlement against Solitary Confinement Agreement reached in Ashker v. Brown, end to indeterminate long-term solitary confinement in CA among the gains for prisoners Oakland – Today, California prisoners locked in isolation achieved a groundbreaking legal victory in their […]

Learning from the Wattz Rebellion, 50 Years Later

Police arrest a man during the Watts riots, 1965. Photo: World-Telegram / Ed Palumbo / Library of Congress by Sekou Franklin August 31, 2015 A week after President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act (VRA), the crowning achievement of the civil rights movement, the Watts rebellion broke out in Los Angeles. The riots began on August […]

TOMORROW: The Zulu Nation Iz Giving Out “Free” Back Packz& School Suppliez @ Harlem’z National Black Theater

   COMMUNITY AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT  “Active Grassroots Community Organizing Through True Skool Hip Hop Culture”     Hey Parents:  The Universal Zulu Nation Is Giving Out “Free” Back Packs & School Supplies To Children @ Harlem’s National Black Theater On: Wednesday, September 2, 2015 @ 5pm-6pm *Note: People Can Still…  support the Universal Zulu Nation’s NYC “Free” Back […]

Hugo Lyon Antonio Pinell, aka Daddy

August 31, 2015 The longest held prisoner in Solitary Confinement: 46 years in Solitary, 51 years in prison by Allegra Taylor Aug. 12, 2015, I sat waiting for the mail to come as I did each day. This day it was different because for the first time my dad was in his first lockdown on […]

Save the Date: 45-Year Commemoration of Victory at Lincoln Hospital

THE 1970 YOUNG LORDS TAKEOVER OF LINCOLN HOSPITAL Photo Credit: Jack Manning, The New York Times. At the Bronx Museum, Thursday, September 10th, hear from former members of the Young Lords who took part in the daring takeover of Lincoln Hospital. The Young Lords exposed the practices of medical racism by hospitals in poor communities […]