Parole Letters for Jalil Muntaqim Due by Mid-July 2018

Let’s Bring Jalil Home on Parole in 2018! To write a letter in you own words in support of parole for Jalil, address to: Senior Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator Sullivan Correctional Facility 325 Riverside Drive Fallsburg, New York 12733 BUT SEND TO: Nora Carroll The Parole Preparation Project 168 Canal Street, 6th Floor New York, NY […]

The racist law that kicked black South Afrikans out of their land in 1950

Mass Meeting at Durban on May 28, 1950 to protest against Group Areas Bill. Photo: Wiki CC One of the most vital and controversial issues in South Africa today is land, and the subsequent land reform that is currently under consideration. The explosive subject matter traces its roots back to an apartheid-era law that was […]

Kevin “Rashid” Johnson is Back at Red Onion — and In Solitary

Kevin “Rashid” Johnson has been moved to Red Onion State Prison in Virginia. His lawyer’s office received a letter from him sent from Red Onion on Saturday. All Rashid’s property was transferred with him, but the Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) confiscated it and won’t give it to him. He has none of his legal […]

Amerikkka Was Built on Busting Up Families…

by Raymond Nat Turner , BAR poet-in-residence Amerika was built on busting up families. They’re just making Amerika great again. “I would cite you to the Apostle Paul and his clear and wise command in Romans 13, to obey the laws of the government because God has ordained the government for his purposes”    — Jefferson […]

Bears Ears, The Land of the Navajo

  Navajos in Utah want protection for lost ancestral lands. Under the power of the Antiquities Act, President Obama designated Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, protecting tens of thousands of cultural sites amid breathtaking landscapes. Watch our report from several years ago presenting the case for preserving this very special place.

The regretful law that made French more popular in Afrika than in France

A customary court in French West Africa Until 1946, the major policy of French colonial governance in Africa was Assimilation. The main purpose of this policy was to turn the natives of Africa into French men by educating them in the language and French culture and subsequently making them become French citizens and equals. Essentially, […]