We’re Talking: Mumia’s New Path 2 Freedom

(((BREAKING NEWS))) TO MY FELLOW SOCIAL JUSTICE ORGANIZERS, ACTIVISTS, ADVOCATES, MEDIA FRIENDS, PEOPLE WHO GIVE A DAMN, and THOSE WHO NEED EXAMPLES OF VICTORIES. Please Share This Event (1/12/19) Even If You Can’t Attend. This Just In from The Campaign To Bring Mumia Home: “A Special Report Back in the Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal” On Saturday, […]

The Black Panthers still in prison: after 46 years, will they ever be set free?

Jalil Muntaqim’s release had been opposed by the families of the two police officers he was convicted of murdering in 1971  Jalil Muntaqim, AKA Anthony Bottom, has been told he must spend at least another 15 months at the maximum security Sullivan correctional facility in upstate New York. Photograph: The Guardian Jalil Muntaqim, a former […]

IMAM JAMIL AL-AMIN (f.k.a.) H. Rap Brown: COURT HEARING APRIL 2019!

IMAM JAMIL AL-AMIN (formerly known as H. Rap Brown) Status Update: COURT HEARING APRIL 2019! KEEP FIGHTING the Gag Order!Sign The Gag Order Petition Imam Jamil Al-Amin (f/k/a H. Rap Brown) has been hounded for more than 50 years for his ability to Speak Truth to the wrong, oppression and injustice suffered by humanity, especially the millions […]

Message from Jalil Muntaqim to Friends & Supporters

December 18, 2018 Dear Friends & Supporters: As many of you have heard, I was once again denied parole for the tenth time. I was given a 15-month denial, essentially because I did not answer a specific question to the satisfaction of the parole commissioners, despite the fact that my answer was an honest one. This […]

Political Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim denied parole after 47 years in prison and many appearances

Today we learned that great-grandfather and beloved elder Jalil Muntaqim (Anthony Bottom) has been denied parole by the New York State Board of Parole. Jalil was convicted of the 1971 murders of two New York City police officers, a crime for which he accepted responsibility and demonstrated remorse. During his 47 years in prison, Jalil […]

Growing up black in Omaha included loitering arrest for poet activist David Rice

Originally posted on Richardson Reports:
David Rice, later Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa, was arrested in July 1968 for loitering in Omaha and fined twenty-five dollars.        (credit: Omaha Police Department) “What were we but strangers to the land where we were born.” -Mondo Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa, former David Rice, was…

Melvin Dickson, 77

by CHARLES AIKEN   A celebration of the life of Black Panther revolutionary Mel Dickson was held December 8th at Met West High School at 314 E. 10th Street, Oakland. A celebration of the life of Black Panther revolutionary Mel Dickson was held Dec. 8, 2018, at Met West High School at 314 E. 10th Street […]

We are the revolutionary force that can free the people

by Kamau Askari (Roscoe Abell) “George and the Dragon” (2016) – Art: Kevin “Rashid” Johnson, 264847, Pendleton Correctional Facility, G-20-2C, 4490 W. Reformatory Road, Pendleton, IN 46064 Many New Afrikans (Blacks) for some reason think that the revolution is dead. The revolution is not dead. It is the spirit of the people that is dead. […]

Fred Hampton’s Death Is Just One Example of the Government’s Covert Disruption of Black Lives

by Monique Judge At a rally outside the U.S. Courthouse October 29, 1969, Dr. Benjamin Spock, background, listens to Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois Black Panther party. It was part of a protest against the trial of eight persons accused of conspiracy to cause a riot during the Democratic National Convention in 1968. Photo: […]

Unsilencing Stealth Histories of Armed Struggle and Shortcomings of Left Media Analysis

By Jared Ball    This is an important re-posting of an interview with (April 2016) and statement from (May 2017)  Dhoruba bin-Wahad. Dhoruba bin-Wahad, formerly of The Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army, discussed his critique of the “alternative press” and Left analysis of the history of armed struggle – what he calls “stealth” histories – as exemplified in a recent interview with Angela Davis. A STATEMENT […]