Politikal Prisoner Alvaro Luna Hernandez’ Appeal for Medikal Help

Above: Excerpt from an April 13th, 2016 letter from Xinachtli Luna Hernandez to his defense committee and supporters regarding prisoner solidarity. Dear Alvaro Hernandez Supporter, Xinachtli: Alvaro’s New Name First, we would like to inform Alvaro’s supporters that we shall be referring to him as Xinachtli as much as is possible because he regards “Alvaro” […]

Politikal prisoner Luis V. Rodriguez: Aztlan warrior passez to the spirit world

  Luis Valenzuela Rodriguez left this mortal world on Thursday April 14, 2016, at 7:28 p.m., surrounded by his family and friends. He was 60 years old. Songs and prayers were offered to honor him from the four directions. Luis was innocent. He fought with determination to prove his innocence for 37 years. Lies were […]

Jalil Muntaqim: Book Party in Harlem Friday

BOOK PARTY!!!Escaping the Prism — Fade to Black …by Jalil Muntaqim Freedom Hall113 West 128th St.(between Malcolm X & A.C. Powell Blvds.)New York, New York Friday, April 29, 20167 to 10 pm Keynote Speaker:Francisco “Cisco” TorresJalil’s Co-Defendant Readings by former Political PrisonersLaura Whitehorn and Tarik Haskins Multi-InstrumentalistPerformance Poet Ngoma Plan to come, have a great time, […]

Oso Blanco – Brotherz and Sisterz of Palestine

From a series of solidarity statements from US Political Prisoners to the people of Palestine http://www.freedomarchives.org/Pal/PP%20Booklet%20Ar%20and%20Eng%20Web.pdf published in a collection of letters brought to Palestine by a recent prison & labor solidarity delegation. Our colleagues at Birzeit University’s Institute for Women’s Studies translated the letters into Arabic. ___________________________________________ Brothers and Sisters of Palestine, Osiyo (Hello […]

Unanimous support for liberation of Oscar López Rivera Meeting with president Barack Obama to be requested

By José A. Delgado http://www.elnuevodia.com/noticias/internacionales/nota/apoyounanimealiberaciondeoscarlopezrivera-2190811/   NEW YORK – In unanimity, three dozen Puerto Rican elected officials in the United States agreed yesterday to ask for a meeting with president Barack Obama to demand the liberation of Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López Rivera.   “(Clarisa) your father will be in your arms this year. […]

Politikal Prisoner Ana B. Montes update

Ana Belén Montes, an update – April 2016 I am Miriam, Ana Belen’s first cousin. You can obtain a lot of information about Ana on the Internet. Declarations she made before the Federal Court in 2002 are beautiful and they express Ana’s feeling with respect to her collaboration directed toward protecting the Cuban people. Some […]

Natural Fact: The Nina Simone Story

Nina Simone had no filter. She spoke with candor about civil rights when many in her position didn’t dare. She sang about uncomfortable subjects and made sure her audiences understood what those songs were really about. Whether due to the demons that haunted her or the overpowering desire for social justice that burned deep in […]

Independentista Orlando González Claudio arrested – deniez participation in attack – explainz how the FBI arrested him for DNA testz.

Independentista detenido rechaza participación en atentado Cuenta cómo los federales lo arrestaron para hacerle pruebas de ADN martes, 26 de abril de 2016 – 9:56 AM http://www.elnuevodia.com/noticias/seguridad/nota/independentistadetenidorechazaparticipacionenatentado-2191751/ (rough translation) Independentista arrested – denies participation in attack – explains how the FBI arrested him for DNAtests. The independentista Orlando Gonzalez explained how agents of the Federal […]

We Dare You to Not Break Down Watching Prince’z Tribute to Freddie Gray

Prince Tributes From Niagara Falls to Vegas High Roller as Landmarks Light Up People watch as City Hall is illuminated in purple in remembrance of the late singer Prince  Prince at Coachella music festival in 2008 Shutterstock/Anthony Correia Prince wasn’t just a major pop icon—he was also a staunch supporter of the Black Lives Matter […]

A call for President Obama To Pardon Native American freedom Fighter

by  MICHAEL Z. MUHAMMAD Leonard Peltier, an Anishinabe-Lakota Native American serving two consecutive life sentences and imprisoned for over 40 years, remains a lightening rod in the Native American fight for human rights. When arrested he was a leading member of the American Indian Movement (AIM), an advocacy group and movement concerned with Native American […]