Support for Sekou Odinga

Greetings All: I am aware that you get many requests for campaign donations…that said, this is request for your support and solidarity with Sekou Odinga, who as you know, spent 33+ years as a u.s. held PPOW for being a revolutionary in the Black Panther Party/Black Liberation Army…he would like to write his memoirs and we need your help to […]

THE “OFFICIAL” BLACK AUGUST SCHEDULE FOR THE FORMER ANGOLA 3 BLACK PANTHER PRISONERZ ALBERT WOODFOX & ROBERT KING

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 […]

Some Thoughtz on Recent Police Killingz

By Herman Bell, Black Panther Party/BLA Political Prisoner: “You may wonder what my take is of the (most recent) police killings in Minnesota and Baton Rouge and of the five police that were killed and six wounded in Dallas.  These events, at least the killing of unarmed civilians, are such common occurrences nowadays til talk about […]

The Vortex of Dementia

By Abdul Olugbala Shakur  Transcribed by Kilaika Baruti Though I have been active in the struggle for practically all of my life, from a Panther cub to an Urban guerrilla in the service of the underground, I have never considered myself to be a writer or at least not a good writer, but I felt it […]

Laptop & related for Sekou Odinga

Sekou Odinga, Black Panther Party leader and former Political Prisoner/P.O.W.  was released in 2014 after 33 years in prison. Since his release he has spent most of every waking moment working, speaking, writing and organizing: continuing to speak truth to power.   When Sekou went to prison there were no such things as email or laptops, he […]

Jalil Muntaqim: The 13th Amendment – prison slavery and mass incarceration

 by Jalil Muntaqim http://sfbayview.com/2016/07/jalil-muntaqim-the-13th-amendment-prison-slavery-and-mass-incarceration/ Since the publication of Michelle Alexander’s excellent “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness,” the issue of prison and parole reform has been raised as far as Obama’s White House. In the national debate ensuing from Michelle Alexander’s book, some have not given credit to Angela Davis […]

List of memberz of the Black Panther Party (BPP)

 Courtroom portraits including Huggins, Kimbro, Seale and Sams, 1970. This is a list of members of the Black Panther Party, including those notable for being Panthers as well as former Panthers who became notable for other reasons. This list does not include outside supporters, sympathizers, or allies. Mumia Abu-Jamal, Lieutenant Minister of Information, Philadelphia chapter. […]

ANCESTORZ ROLL CALL! What Did They Think? (poem by Jalil Muntaqim)

  What did they think? Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, Akai Gurley, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, life precious blood spelled in the mud FREEDOM … When will it come? What did they think? Eric Garner, Oscar Grant, Sean Bell, Amadou Diallo whose life breath echoed the dreams deferred from Afrikan ancestors through the middle passage, to […]

Generational Gapz and Revolutionary Conceptz of the Black Panther Party

by Loco1 of United Struggle from Within    permalink Art from The Black Panther newspaper, Vol. 2 No. 19, January 1969 From this end of the bend the only subject relevant to prisoners in regards to the early Black Panther Party (BPP) is the party as a Maoist organization and how prisoners should apply the […]

Big Brutha komrade Russell “Maroon” Shoats

Maroon is very interested in dialoguing with supporters around current social justice issues, and responding to any questions you may have with regard to the essays he penned in Maroon The Implacable or the ones that we periodically post on this site. He’d love to hear what topics you think he should address in future […]