Black History (Our-story)

by Gil Scott-Heron I was wondering about our yesterdays, and starting digging through the rubble and to say, at least somebody went through a hell of a lot of trouble to make sure that when we looked things up we wouldn’t fair too well and that we would come up with totally unreliable portraits of […]

Free Em All Radio! W/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & The Lady of Rage!

Tune in tonight, April 13, 2016 to Str8up Realtalk Radio Network for “Free Em All Radio! W/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & The Lady of Rage!” Tonight Our Host will be speaking with Former Seattle Black Panther Party Captain Aaron Dixon in a continuintg series commemorating The Legacy of The Black Panther Party with commentary and […]

Why Self-Defense Must be Put Back into the Movement Equation

by Danny Haiphong All peoples have the inherent right to self-defense against the violence of their oppressors. “From the first African slave rebellion in the colonies to the formation of the Black Panther Party, self-defense has been an essential component of the struggle for self-determination.” The Panthers represented a threat to the U.S. state because […]

Kumasi Speakz: What Iz Black August?

by Kumasi with comrade and Naji Mujahid https://archive.org/embed/KumasiSpeaksWhatIsBlackAugust Kumasi, the official historian of the Black August Organizing Committee, speaks about the origins of the California prison movement and the meaning behind Black August.

The Forgotten Pantherz: Omaha Two

  In 1971, Omaha Black Panther leaders Edward Poindexter and Mondo we Langa were sentenced to life in prison for a bombing that killed a local police officer. In the 45 years since, they’ve been fighting for a quieter type of liberation — their own. On a 100-degree day this past July, Edward Poindexter woke […]

RESPONSE TO GEN. TACO’Z “AFRIKAN INTERCOMMUNALISM” (Tom Wattz)

Introduction The United Panther Movement (UPM) led by NABPP-PC has “Panther Love” for Comrade TACO and the comrades of BRLP and great respect for their accomplishments, but we have a commitment to be “all-the-way revolutionary” and stand in the face of revisionist and counter-revolutionary tendencies within the liberation struggle. Particularly in the coming year (2016), […]

‘How long since you had ice cream, Old Man?’ ’51 yearz,’ said Yogi and burst out laughing

by Tommy “Lil Jaboe” Williams Respects to you for giving brothas a voice and love. I won’t lie in this letter nor put on extras out of respect and in honor of my brother Hugo “Yogi” Pinell. I’m an inmate in New Folsom. I was housed in B2-111, five cells away from Yogi. Every day […]

CDCR Lackeyz Assassinate Leader of Prison Movement

by MIM(Prisons) August 2015 permalink On 12 August 2015, Hugo “Yogi Bear” Pinell was murdered on the yard at California State Prison – Sacramento in Represa, also known as New Folsom Prison. Yogi was in solitary confinement a week prior to his murder, having spent 46 years in solitary confinement. Yet somehow someone on the […]

Black August 2015

by JAAN LAAMAN   Black August 2015 — Hiroshima, 70 years later and the bomb still burns.  Hi, this is Jaan Laaman your political prisoner voice, coming to you from the federal prison in Tucson, Arizona.   I wanted to send out a little thought about nuclear bombs, past and present; about Black Lives Matter, […]