PLEASE POST AND SPREAD WIDELY! ROBERT SETH HAYES HAS OPEN VENT IN HIS CELL! Asbestos abatement has been ongoing at Sullivan. About three weeks ago, a vent was opened in Seth’s cell, and he has been freezing every night ever since. Seth has submitted several work orders for the vent to be closed, but as […]

Afrikan Liberation Day represents expansion of human freedom

by Strike Thokoane Some 130 years ago, European powers met in Berlin to hatch an agenda of subjecting Africa and its peoples to mere vassals, property to be possessed and exploited for the benefit of white people. African Liberation Day celebrates the African people’s successful resistance to this oppression. The Day is also a proud commemoration […]


Stop asking black folks for anything. At all. But particularly, don’t ask black people to re-focus their liberation “powers” and history of organizing on your community when it’s under attack. After the 2016 election, loads of history of organizing called for Michelle Obama to run for President in 2020. Run to save the white people from […]

The Brownsville Incident: How 167 Black Infantrymen Were Dishonorably Discharged With No Evidence & No Trial

(1906) occurred in Brownsville, a town in south Texas, where, on August 13, 1906, a race-related fracas occurred that resulted in the wounding of one white civilian and the death of another. White townspeople blamed the African-American soldiers of the 25th Infantry recently stationed at nearby Fort Brown. President Theodore Roosevelt discharged without honor the […]

7 Factz About Afrikan Women and the Upkeep of Their Hair During Slavery

African women took great pride in their hair, even before being captured and brought to America. Whether long or short the African women found great styles to accentuate their appearance. Here are 7 facts you might not know about enslaved women and the upkeep of their hair during slavery. 1. Hairstyles have always been important to African women. […]

Pardon window iz closing on Pete O’Neal, KC’z Black Panther in Afrika Pete O’Neal talks about his work in Africa and the chance of a pardon before President Obama leaves office. His brother says O’Neal’s fleeing was a loss for his hometown. Monty Davis and Donald Bradley The Kansas City Star   BY DONALD BRADLEY   He took a bullet on Troost Avenue, spewed Marxist rage, […]


  This week we bring you a special sedition on the anniversary of one of the most bad-ass and sophisticated revolutionary organizations in the United Snakes… The Black Panther Party. If you love our reports, consider making a donation We kick things off by setting the stage in AmeriKKKa during a time of weekly riots […]

45 Adapterz – They Call It Justice

The new single from Brooklyn band 45 Adapters is almost certainly the first punk song to cite the Fifth and Sixth Amendments and to discuss habeas corpus. “They Call It Justice,” dedicated to the memory of Kalief Browder, loudly equates the plea bargain system with extortion.

Let uz remember the countlezz named and unnamed veteranz of the Nu-Afrikan (Black) Freedom Struggle

by Dequi Kioni-Sadiki On this Veterans Day, let us remember the countless named and unnamed veterans of the Black Freedom Struggle: “To those of us who have dedicated our lives to the liberation of Black people, who dare to say, “we shall have our freedom or the earth will be leveled by our attempts to […]