Jalil Muntaqim’s “Escaping the Prism … Fade to Black” now out!

ESCAPING THE PRISM FADE TO BLACK Poetry and Essays by Jalil Muntaqim Introduction by Walidah Imarisha + “The Other Kind” by Ward Churchill Jalil Muntaqim is a former member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army. For over forty years, Jalil has been a political prisoner, and one of the New York […]

Pantherz 49th Anniversary Observed in Newark with Tribute to Dhoruba Bin Wahad!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE! October 2, 2015 49 TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY OBSERVED ELDER NY LEADER Dhoruba BIN Wahad SALUTED! On Thursday, October 15 th, the Black Panther Party NJ Commemoration Committee Will observed the 49 th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party with a tribute to Dhoruba Bin Wahad, […]

Black vs. Blue

45 yearz ago the Black Pantherz and New Orleanz Police had a tense standoff; amazingly, it ended non-violently by  ORISSA AREND ILLUSTRATION BY JASON RAISH On Nov. 19, 1970, the city administration had had its fill of revolutionary Black Power rhetoric, acts of defiance and maybe even the services that the fledgling New Orleans Black […]

In Search of the Right Theory for Today’z Strugglez: Revisiting Huey P. Newton’z Theory of Revolutionary Intercommunalism

“Without revolutionary theory there can be no revolutionary movement.” – Lenin1 Introduction Revolution is the complete rupturing of established relations between an oppressed and oppressor class, whereby the oppressor is overthrown and the oppressed seize and exercise power with the purpose of preventing themselves from being oppressed again. To have even a chance of success, […]

Hugo Pinell, like George Jackson, shall ever be an example of Nu- Afrikan manhood: three perspectivez

In memory of Hugo (Yogi) Pinnell, a universal urban guerilla by Khalfani Malik Khaldun “And we made them leaders guiding men by our command, and we sent them inspiration to do good deeds, to establish regular prayers, and to practice regular charity, and they constantly served us and only us.” – Anbiyaa 21:73 All power […]

How Literacy Encouraged Slavery Post Amerikan Revolution Rebellion

When the American Constitution was confirmed through votes in 1789, massive efforts were applied to sustain slave illiteracy and restrict slave mobility. The white masters, were, however, becoming uncomfortable as the slaves were increasingly displaying discontentment. To ensure that their slaves did not see the light and rise, the slaveholders hijacked the two factors that […]

Greatest Black Emancipation : The Haitian Revolution (1791-1803)

Published on Dec 1, 2013 00:00 = Intro 01:25 = The importance of the Haitian Revolution(1791) 05:44 = Haiti’s noble heritage 07:20 = The growing importance of slave in Haiti 09:23 = Haiti : The Pearl of the Antilles 11:27 = The beginning of the Haitian Revolution 14:25 = Toussaint L’Ouverture 19:26 = The emergence […]