Black August iz coming!

Black Power 96.3 FM Radio invites you to celebrate Black August, a month known for historic acts of African resistance, from the Haitian Revolution to the rebellions in Ferguson. Beginning Aug. 1, visit for special Black August coverage. And mark your calendar now for a LIVE VIDEO BROADCAST on Sunday, Aug. 21, 4pm U.S. […]


After nearly 43 years of being unjustly held in solitary confinement…. The awesome power of the people has once again secured the release of yet another Black Panther Party Black Freedom Fighter because our Brother Albert Woodfox, who was the last of the Angola 3 Political Prisoners, is finally free and back inside of the Black/New Afrikan community […]

Black August 2015

Black August   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 […]

The Black August Slave Rebellion: Every slave haz a right to rebel

by Nate Butler The Black August Rebellion is a month that the California state prisoners fast. They fast in the month of August to pay homage to the fallen comrades. The Black August Rebellion didn’t start with Brothers Ruchell Magee, Jonathan Jackson or George Jackson. The movement started on the shores of Africa with our […]

African Angst as the ‘New’ Black Feminism: When Revisionist Afrocentrism is Masked as Black Politic

Originally posted on APNS Public Radyo:
Summary: (Warning: Rough Language) As Western feminist attention is hopelessly drawn-in by the unnecessarily heady, intellectual brain-drain and capitalist-driven neo-Feminism romance between Beyoncé and her adoring fans, fellow Black female entertainer Azealia Banks has decided to wail herself into a ban on Twitter and an ejection from the roster…

Fighting the Patriarchy: George Jackson and the Black Panther Party

by PTT of MIM(Prisons)         permalink   A criticism often made of the Black Panther Party (BPP) lies in errors it made around addressing the patriarchy. Most of these criticisms are attempts at subreformism, which is the approach of resolving conflict on an individual or interpersynal level in an attempt to resolve social […]

A New Database Will Document the Burial Sitez of US Slavez

by  Allison Meier A new project is giving slave burial grounds in the United States something they’ve long been deprived of: visibility. The National Burial Database of Enslaved Americans (NBDEA) is a collaboration between the Periwinkle Initiative and Fordham University, with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the 1772 Foundation. It intends “to establish a process of official […]

Free Em All Radio With Chairman Fred and Lady of Rage May 11, 2016   Tune in tonight to Free Em All Radio! W/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & The Lady of Rage! Never Forget May 13, 1985! Joining Our Hosts tonight will be MOVE Sister Ramona Africa! On May 13, 1985 the occupying terrorist of African People worldwide, dropped a bomb on the home of the MOVE Family, killing […]

George Jackson in the Sun of Palestine: Colonialist Captivity and Revolutionary Strugglez

Sunday, 15 May 4 pm – 7 pm Uptown Auto Body and Fender 401 26th St Oakland, CA Facebook:   Art Forces and AROC invite you to join us to remember the Nakba, the Black Panthers, and Indigenous Resistance. Doors open at 4pm for the art exhibition and blessing at the Oakland Palestine Solidarity […]

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 […]