Sept. 2 hearing set as member of Angola Three seekz freedom, end to trialz in guard’z death NEW ORLEANS –  A federal appeals court in New Orleans has set arguments for Sept. 2 in the case of longtime Louisiana inmate Albert Woodfox. Woodfox is seeking freedom after decades of prison isolation — and an end to the state’s efforts to try him in the 1972 death of a prison guard. Woodfox’s […]

Photoz of the Black Panther Party Stir Memories at the Norton

by Johan Sebastian 1968 was a tumultuous time for America: the Vietnam War ground on; cold war tensions rose; Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy were assassinated. Also that year: The Black Panther Party, a nationalist organization that sought to empower African-Americans, was 2 years old and on the rise. The group encouraged blacks […]

Remember Black August and the people’z martyrz

by Minister of Justice Bobby M. Dixon, NABPP-PC-ANC May the peace of unity and Panther love be with you all! My sisters and brothers and all New Afrikan Black Panther Party comrades, we are coming up on our 11th anniversary of Black August, and it is at this time we remember our murdered Minister of […]

Not Oz, Not Orange, Not Shawshank Either: The Real History (our story) of Black Radicalism and the Prison Abolitionist Movement

Author Dan Berger discusses his latest book, Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “(In fantasies of democracy, the enslaver rescues the savage from barbarity, and the abolitionist saves the savage from the enslaver. Afrarealism sees both forms of “salvation” as captivity.)” — Joy James, “Afrarealism and the Black Matrix: Maroon Philosophy at Democracy’s Border.” The Black Scholar, Vol. 43, No. 4; p. 125 (via so-treu)

The Lost Vision: NABPP-PC and the People’z Struggle Towardz Revolutionary Intercommunalism

By Jason Walker, NABPP-PC Understanding revolutionary intercommunalism in the New Afrikan Black Panther Party-Prison Chapter is not only a necessity, but its practical application is a requirement.  As comrade Huey P. Newton once said “If we do nothing we are accepting the situation and allowing ourselves to die.”  Well our party refuses to let the […]

7 Lessonz in 1 Abolitionist Notebook: Joy James on Abolition

“When you kill a living being, you kill yourself and everyone else as well.” —Thich Nhat Hahn I was introduced to prison abolitionism when asked to organize a 1998 prototype for Critical Resistance at CU-Boulder. Alongside several thousand attendees at the “Unfinished Liberation” conference, I learned about the prison industrial complex. Below are 7 lessons […]