Police Massacre in Gran Ravin – Protesting students in Cap Haitien beaten by police

 Reports of a mass killing by the US/UN occupation-trained and supervised Haitian police in the working-class neighborhood of Gran Ravin in Port-au-Prince, the nation’s capital. Police brutally beat teachers and students in the northern city of Cap Haitien, who were demanding money for education, not to restore the murderous army Monday 11/13/17 was a day of […]

What to Black People is the National Anthem?

On Veterans day, the idea of the veteran was touted by POTUS and his supporters as an emotional counterweight to the protesting athletes. Dr. Lisa Brock reminds us that African Americans have historically had a conflictual relationship with US militarism. by Lisa Brock Praxis Center On July 5, 1852, Frederick Douglass, the prolific abolitionist, delivered his […]

The Science Agenda to Exterminate Blacks… Bombshell Health Ranger lecture documents race-based crimes against humanity

  As promised, I’ve now released a one-hour science lecture video that documents the multiple vectors through which people of African descent are being targeted for depopulation, covert infertility and extermination by “science” and “medicine.” (Watch the full video lecture below.) This video lecture documents the pattern of heavy metals poisoning, medical experimentation, organ harvesting, […]

VIDEO: Four Iconic Live Performances by Billie Holiday

  Billie Holiday’s name has been in the news lately for some reasons that remind us of the tragedies she sang about and those she endured. First, there was the story of the rather appallingly tone-deaf PR firm who thought one of Holiday’s most well-known recordings, “Strange Fruit”—a song about lynching—would make a great name […]

Update on political prisoner Veronza Bowers

November 3, 2017 Dear Friends/Supporters… Here we are again and hopefully this will be the last time I will have to call on you for contributions to my Legal Defense Fund. As you know, we have had some successes in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. They have ruled in our favor twice, but each […]

Why we need to stop excluding Black populations from ideas of who is “Indigenous”

*Editor’s note: This piece has been deeply informed by conversations with my friend and colleague Preston Anderson through the years, among other things. A few months ago, I posted a Facebook status regarding a viral meme featuring Disney’s cartoon version of Pocahontas and John Smith, arguing that it promoted white supremacist ideas of interracial relationships for the […]

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 […]

HARLEM POET LAUREATE GEORGE EDWARD TAIT IS WITH THE ANCESTORS

Poet  and Musician George Edward Tait  made his transition to Ancestor at 11:35 P.M. on Sunday, November 5, 2017. He died after a long bout with cancer. He passed peacefully at home in the company of his loving wife Sister Akosua Tait. Messages of condolence can be sent by email to welovetamerry@aol.com or  by mail to Akosua Tait 6647 Chircahua […]

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 […]

Framed: Chapter 16

“Turned against those two bloods” —Duane Peak, September 29, 1970   Mondo was brought before Municipal Judge Paul Hickman and denied bail. Mondo, who surrendered his freedom, soon lost everything he owned.[i] “I think it was shortly after my arrest the house was burned down. Originally they said there was a fire and the house […]