Watch thiz robot dance hiz way through Los Angeles

Haitian-Canadian beat master Kaytranada just released his first studio album, 99%, earlier this month and the grooves are so infectious that not even robots can resist dancing to them. <p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/165053513″>KAYTRANADA – LITE SPOTS</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/martincpariseau”>Martin C. Pariseau</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p> The music video for the first single from the album, Lite Spots, was […]

Albert Woodfox speakz on being a politikal prisoner

BlockReportRadio.com interviews former Black Panther political prisoner Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3 about his case, his over four decades in isolation, his life as a Panther political prisoner and his release source: Albert Woodfox speaks on being a political prisoner

Who’z behind unpaid prison labor in Texas?

by Aaron Cantú Several of the officials charged with regulating Texas’s prison labor program, wherein thousands of workers behind bars are compelled to produce goods and provide services for free, are connected to some of the richest and most powerful institutions and people in the state. The Texas Board of Criminal Justice, which oversees Texas […]

LOOKING BLACK ON TODAY IN 1970, HUEY P. NEWTON’Z MANSLAUGHTER CONVICTION FOR ALLEGEDLY KILLING POLICE OFFICER REVERSED

On May 29, 1970, the California Court of Appeals reversed Newton’s conviction because of Judge Friedman’s incomplete instructions to the jury. The judge erred by not giving jurors the option of convicting Newton of involuntary manslaughter, a charge consistent with his claim that he was disoriented and unconscious after Officer John Frey shot him. After […]

Malcolm X waz the progenitor Panther, Bobby Seale sayz so

In May 2016, we celebrated the anniversary of Malcolm X birthday on May 19, who would have been 91-years-old, and the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party 51 years after the assassination of Malcolm X on February 19, 1965. With Beyonce’ controversial “Formation” halftime Super Bowl performance, the era of Black Lives […]

Black Panther Mark Clark and Komradez Deserve Apology From Hiz Hometown Newspaper Peoria Journal Star. After 46 Yearz, Their Livez Still Matter

by Lawrence J. Maushard The racially charged December 10, 1969 editorial of the Peoria Journal Star that describes Black Panther leaders and members as “ex-convicts, jobless, and not overly bright.” In our continuing discussion over police tactics used to control and often oppress minority communities throughout the nation, more than a few law enforcement and conservative […]

The De Mau-Mau 13th/m

by Big brutha komrade A.K. Sabree D.M.M. The De Mau Mau 13th/m iz called by the bloodz within by different namez: De Mau Mau 13th/m, D.M.M., Mau Mau 13th/m , or just 13th/m. But De Mau Mau az a whole iz a Nu-Afrikan Fraternal Brotherhood, that waz first formed in 1965 on Okinawa and later […]

Behind Barz on Polluted Land

Do American prisoners suffer from environmental discrimination? Glenn Towery had already served 11 years for stealing a car at gunpoint when he was transferred to Kern Valley State Prison in 2009. Riding up I-5 to the San Joaquin Valley, 150 miles north of his native Los Angeles, he probably smelled the sulfuric odor of industrial […]

Black Panther Party Co-Founder Bobby Seale, in conversation with Hip-Hop Artist Sellassie – SF

Black Panther Party Co-Founder Bobby Seale in conversation with Hip-Hop Artist Sellassie Friday, June 17th at 7pm 518 Valencia Street – San Francisco All Ages – Suggested Donation $20 – No One Turned Away