Omali Yeshitela on Politikal Prisoners (PP)

We should never forget prisoners in any case, but we ought to be especially public about our reverence and concern for political prisoners, says Omali Yeshitela. source: Omali Yeshitela on Political Prisoners  Advertisements

Bad Karma

by Keith ‘Comrade Malik’ Washington You were vested with authority in order to oversee and care for those whose lives had become a bust. Instead of sustenance and care, you traumatize, degrade and dehumanize your charges, blatantly violating the public’s trust. For years I observed you – patiently I waited behind the scenes. You grew […]

End Prison Slavery in Texas Now! (2018)

by Keith ‘Malik’ Washington the Deputy Chairman of the New Afrikan Black Panther Party, Prison Chapter, Texas Region.  More information about him and more follows the article.                       “For years we were called Niggers to indicate we had no value or worth and that anything could be done to […]

Florida Prisoners Are Laying It Down

by Kevin “Rashid” Johnson During early 2018 prisoners across Florida are gonna “laydown” in nonviolent protest of the intolerable condition in Florida’s prisons. The objectionable conditions being protested include unpaid slave labor, compounded by outright price-gouging in the system’s commissary and package services, and the gain-time scam that replaced parole, which, coupled with extreme sentencing, has […]

The Plague of the Panther’s Teeth: Revisiting George Jackson’s Analysis of Fascism

BY SHAKA SANKOFA ZULU Right On! #2, Winter ’05-’06 The revolutionary nationalist must face the objective fact of re-examining everything we know today about the nature of fascism and its real role in modern day capitalist economics. Monopoly capitalism and it’s lieutenant sector, along with the bourgeois corporate media, have the people duped into thinking that […]

Amerikan Crime: Case #74: The FBI-Chicago Police Assassination of Fred Hampton

  Bob Avakian recently wrote that one of three things that has “to happen in order for there to be real and lasting change for the better: People have to fully confront the actual history of this country and its role in the world up to today, and the terrible consequences of this.” (See “3 […]

Black Panther Cubs commemorate 51 years of struggle

The Black Panther Cubs and the Black Panther Alumni Association commemorated the 51st anniversary of the Black Panther Party’s founding last weekend with several local events. The Panther Cubs—Keepers of the Flame/Raise High the Torch: A Three-Day Legacy of Generational Resistance, Struggle, Liberation and Solidarity Weekend Conference, commemorated the efforts of several offspring of some […]

Jalil A. Muntaqim: The making of a movement

by Jalil A. Muntaqim I was captured on Aug. 28, 1971, in San Francisco after a car chase and gun battle with San Francisco police. It was alleged that myself and co-defendant Albert Nuh Washington were attempting to avenge the assassination of George L. Jackson in San Quentin on Aug. 21, 1971. I was convicted […]

West Oakland Finally Gets a Black Panther Mural

Two Black artists paint history into the neighborhood. By Ryan Lindsay Photo by David Bacon The mural taking shape at the corner of 14th and Peralta streets. On a sunny yet hazy Tuesday in October, artists Refa Senay and Batsh Lo were showing students from the African Children’s Advance Learning Center how to mask off geometric […]

Celebrating the 76th Birthday of Soledad Brother George Lester Jackson, September 23, 1941- August 21, 1971

by Kiilu Nyasha “I have a plan, I will give, and give, and give of myself until it proves our making or my end.” As we honor the 76th birthday of our beloved, Comrade George Jackson, Field Marshall of the Black Panther Party behind prison walls, may we remember his revolutionary ideas and practice, his mentors and […]