When You Kill Me

For more information, please visit http://www.BoyceWatkins.com Yarima Karama is at Ohio School For Broadcasting doing a his work “When They Kill Me!” For further segments you can subscribe to Yarima Karama or type in Voices From Behind The Wall. Also you can got to his webpage at http://www.yarimakarama.com. https://services.brid.tv/previews/index/17700/3310/

Kathleen Neal Cleaver Remembers Her Time with the Black Pantherz

Courtesy of Jeffrey Blankfort Kathleen Neal Cleaver, Communications Secretary, Black Panther Party, Oakland, 1968. by  Joshua Rotter When Kathleen Neal was recruited to join the Black Panther Party in 1967, it was political and personal for the college student. On one hand she wanted to spread consciousness about black oppression and exploitation. On the other […]

EUR Exclusive: Original Black Pantherz Open Up About Split in Party

‘I Blame Huey’ Sep 26, 15 by Ny MaGee *Now playing in select theaters across the country is Stanley Nelson’s “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution,” and as we previously reported, the doc is a riveting piece of history that explores in vivid detail the formation and impact of the original Black Panther Party. […]

Police “Training” iz the Problem: They are Trained to Oppress Blackz

Police Training (image by Black Agenda Report)   DMCA “It is not lack of training that breeds killer cops, but the training, itself.” There is no military gear on display in the video of a New York City cop’s take-down of James Blake as the Black former tennis pro leaned against a pole in front of […]

Freedom fighter Safiya Bukhari and a voice for politikal prisonerz

Safiya Bukhari by  Herb Boyd Two things recently brought back memories of Safiya Bukhari: the release of Stanley Nelson’s film on the Black Panther Party and the various commemorations surrounding the uprising in Attica prison in 1971. Given her political commitment to the legacy of the Panthers and relentless dedication to the welfare of political prisoners, […]


Stokely Carmichael was a powerful and revolutionary civil rights activist. In this video clip, he is asked if he is a race agitator who causes people to riot.  He readily answered “no” and explained his reasons why Black people are angry. He said things are not getting better, they are getting worse, although it appeared […]

Revolutionary eulogy by Texas Chicano POW-politikal prisoner Alvaro Luna Hernandez for Komrade Brother Hugo ‘Yogi Bear’ Pinell

by Alvaro Luna Hernandez Power to the people! Power to our fallen Comrade Brother Hugo “Yogi Bear” Pinell! We were saddened by the news that Yogi was murdered last Wednesday, Aug. 12, during an alleged “prison riot” at a Sacramento maximum security prison, after Yogi’s recent release from decades in solitary confinement in the California […]

“The Devil Findz Work”: New York City Honorz itz Own Native Son James Baldwin

By Dana C. Ayres James Baldwin was one of the foremost critical thinkers and one of the most prolific writers in American history. His fans, the world over, are given a clear glimpse into his ability to dissect American culture from an objective standpoint, all the while relating everything to his readers from a tangible […]

The Black Panther Party and J Dilla v Copyright Law

1. “The Black Panther Party and J Dilla v Copyright Law” 57:38 We spoke with Stanley Nelson about his latest film on The Black Panther Party, discussed the oppressive nature of copyright law (v. J Dilla) and more. Source: The Black Panther Party and J Dilla v Copyright Law Related articles Former Black Panther Kathleen […]

For Hip-Hop: Amiri Baraka and Black Radical Art

For Hip-Hop: Amiri Baraka (October 7, 1934 – January 9, 2014) and Black Radical Art Jared A. Ball “There is, of course, the syndrome Lenin spoke about when he said that once opponents of the bourgeoisie are dead the rulers transform these class enemies into ciphers or agreeable sycophants of Imperialism (however “askew” they might […]