Mississippi Black Codez

1865  The status of Blacks was the focal problem of Reconstruction. Slavery had been abolished by the Thirteenth Amendment, but the white people of the South were determined to keep the Black population in “their place,” socially, politically, and economically. This was done by means of the notorious “Black Codes,” passed by several of the […]

Oso Blanco – Brotherz and Sisterz of Palestine

From a series of solidarity statements from US Political Prisoners to the people of Palestine http://www.freedomarchives.org/Pal/PP%20Booklet%20Ar%20and%20Eng%20Web.pdf published in a collection of letters brought to Palestine by a recent prison & labor solidarity delegation. Our colleagues at Birzeit University’s Institute for Women’s Studies translated the letters into Arabic. ___________________________________________ Brothers and Sisters of Palestine, Osiyo (Hello […]

Independentista Orlando González Claudio arrested – deniez participation in attack – explainz how the FBI arrested him for DNA testz.

Independentista detenido rechaza participación en atentado Cuenta cómo los federales lo arrestaron para hacerle pruebas de ADN martes, 26 de abril de 2016 – 9:56 AM http://www.elnuevodia.com/noticias/seguridad/nota/independentistadetenidorechazaparticipacionenatentado-2191751/ (rough translation) Independentista arrested – denies participation in attack – explains how the FBI arrested him for DNAtests. The independentista Orlando Gonzalez explained how agents of the Federal […]

David Gilbert: The Palestinian struggle iz a matter of the most urgent and fundamental solidarity

This is a new letter by longtime Political Prisoner David Gilbert published in a pamphlet of US political prisoner writings for a recent delegation to Palestine. Solidarity was forged as former political prisoners in Palestine and former US-held political prisoners in our delegation discussed parallel experiences. Palestinian audiences at both conferences were moved by the […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“You have to understand that people have to pay the price for peace. If you dare to struggle, you dare to win. If you dare not struggle, then you don’t deserve to win. Let me say ‘Peace’ to you, if you’re willing to fight for it.  Chairman Fred Hampton Sr.

Alvaro Luna Hernandez beginz Hep-C Treatment

Greetings Comrades & Committee regulars: Alvaro, as some of you may know, has struggled with the ever encroaching debilitating effects of Hep-C for quite a while. He learned a month or so ago that he was eligible for going out to West Texas and the Montford Unit/West Texas Hospital, to begin an 8 to 12-week […]


“AMERICA’S PARADISE” HAS BEEN THEIR HELL, 44 YEARS OF POLITICAL IMPRISONMENT, WITH THE PAST 15 YEARS BEING WITHOUT EVEN THE PRETENSE OF SENTENCES  While the U.S. today declares that the natural inhabitants of the Virgin Islands have “no fundamental rights,” it claims that it fairly tried these men in 1972, then held them in the […]

Critical Resistance and IWW support prisoner resistance at Holman, call for action

Moorbey’z Blog also standz with the prisonerz during thiz uprizing at Holman Prison in Alabama. Tear down cages by Critical Resistance   Our attention has been turned this week to Holman Prison in Alabama where rolling uprisings inside have led to prisoners taking control of certain areas of the prison. Prisoners have since released a […]

Amnesty International investigator on Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa’z death

by Michael Richardson Waposhitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa died at the Nebraska State Penitentiary Mary Loan Amnesty International investigated the case of the Omaha Two, Edward Poindexter and Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa, former David Rice, in the late 1970’s. Mondo and Poindexter were Black Panther leaders in the National Committee to Combat Fascism and had […]

10th Anniversary of Street Naming Saint-Deniz, France Rue Mumia Abu-Jamal

Contact:Noelle Hanrahan (info@prisonradio.org) Website: http://www.freemumia.com/ Date & Time: Friday, April 29, 2016 – 12:00 Location: Paris France   Check back for exact time and date as it becomes available. It’s been nearly 10 years since the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis with a population 100,000, majority immigrant and people of color, named a street after Mumia […]