Kaepernick’z Protest by Jalil Muntaqim

Blog #38: Kaepernick’s Protest “They were peace men; but they preferred revolution to peaceful submission to bondage. They were quiet men; but they did not shrink from agitating against oppression. They showed forbearance; but that they knew its limits. They believed in order; but not in the order of tyranny. With them, nothing was ‘settled’ […]

Thiz Machine Could Prevent Gun Violence — If Only Copz Used It

A system that can link gun crimes through shell casings is hobbled by skepticism and lack of manpower. Cartridge casings, commonly known as shell casings, left behind after an attempted break-in in Denver in 2015 were later entered into the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network, allowing police to match them to other casings found two […]

Celebrate Eddie Africa’z Birthday On 10/31/16

ONA MOVE Everyone ! Next Monday October 31st Our Brother Eddie Africa will be celebrating his birthday.  We thought a good idea to help Eddie Celebrate his birthday despite now being unjustly jailed for 38 years along with the rest of The Move 9 Is a birthday card drive from Friends, Family, and Supporters,from all […]

Albert Woodfox: “I choose to use my anger az a meanz for changing thingz”

by Rowan Moore “Everybody has fear,” says Albert Woodfox. “Fear is the soul telling the body that it’s in danger. Some people overcome that fear. I overcame it by having a cause. That’s what the party told me: always be honourable, always serve the people.” Woodfox, now a grizzled 69-year-old, has had more reasons to […]

8th Annual Freedom Dance–Saturday, November 5, in Harlem!

The Freedom Dance Committee 917-415-5653 Invites one and all to eat, drink and dance THE 8TH ANNUAL FREEDOM DANCE “Party With A Purpose” On Saturday – November 5th – the Eighth Annual Freedom Dance is taking place at Harlem’s historic National Black Theatre – doors open at 8:30PM featuring the shaking sounds of DJ Lumumba […]

Recent Move 9 Update

On The Move The Move 9 Have been eligible for Parole since August 2008, after being in prison for 30 years. We have repeatedly been denied. In June of this year (2016), we were denied parole again, for a total of ten years past the time we should have been released. One of the reasons […]

To the 4 White Male Policemen Who Beat Me for Checking the Health of a Sick Black Man in Their Custody…

Because pick on schizophrenics, you are picking on me. by  Ali Afshar Human Development Project   You may or may not know that the incidence and relapse rates of schizophrenia in African-Caribbean males in Western countries has been reported as being much higher than equivalent white male cohorts. E.g. We found remarkably high IRRs for […]

One year since Pelican Bay settlement, long-term solitary drops 99%

Last Friday, October 14, marked one year since reforms began under the historic settlement agreement in CCR’s case Ashker v. Brown, which effectively ended long-term solitary confinement throughout California state prisons. We are thrilled to report that new data shows that the settlement succeeded in moving virtually all prisoners out of indefinite and prolonged solitary […]

Texas Lockz Down Prison on Labor Day to Avert Work Stoppage (2016)

Unit Lockdown Monday, September 5, 2016: Labor Day. Here at the William P. Clements Unit, a prison in remote Amarillo, Texas, the prisoners awoke to a late breakfast. A single PBJ sandwich, a small bowl of dry cereal, and no beverage. This grossly inadequate meal, which is our common fare during institution-wide lockdowns, signaled that […]

Michigan prisonerz rise up!

Overcrowded and underfunded state prisons spawn resistance by Rand W. Gould “The everyday activity of slaves reproduces slavery. Through their daily activities, slaves do not merely reproduce themselves and their masters physically; they also reproduce the instruments with which the master represses them, and their own habits of submission to the master’s authority.” – Fredy […]