TOMORROW: The Zulu Nation Iz Giving Out “Free” Back Packz& School Suppliez @ Harlem’z National Black Theater

   COMMUNITY AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT  “Active Grassroots Community Organizing Through True Skool Hip Hop Culture”     Hey Parents:  The Universal Zulu Nation Is Giving Out “Free” Back Packs & School Supplies To Children @ Harlem’s National Black Theater On: Wednesday, September 2, 2015 @ 5pm-6pm *Note: People Can Still…  support the Universal Zulu Nation’s NYC “Free” Back […]

Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell, komrade of George Jackson

August 25, 2015 by Urszula Wislanka and Gerry Emmett On Aug. 12, Hugo “Yogi” Pinell (1944-2015) was killed in the California State Prison-Sacramento. Pinell was a comrade of George Jackson, W.L. Nolen, James Carr and other founders of the modern prison movement. He was released from solitary confinement in 2014 after 45 years, the longest […]

Hugo Pinell by Jaan Laaman

Death and Life of Hugo Pinell      It was with true sadness that, on August 13th, I received the news that legendary California prison activist Hugo Pinell was killed in a California prison.  This is Jaan Laaman, your political prisoner voice and let me share a few thoughts about the life and death of […]

Way Black In Time #5, Black Archaeologist web.seriez

Published on Aug 7, 2015 http://www.blackarchaeologist.com/ Black Archaeologist is a web series whose main character uses a time machine to visit great black people and events of the past. In this episode he time-travels to the African Congo in the year 1640 to meet African Queen Llinga and her female army.

Hugo Pinell, Presente!

Since yesterday’s notification, which copied a lot of hogwash from the corporate media, we have received several moving and truthful posts from Resistance in Brooklyn, N.Y. Anarchist Black Cross and our comrades in Mexico. These are copied below: On Wednesday, August 12th, our comrade in the struggle for revolution, Hugo “Yogi Bear” Pinell was murdered. […]

The Life and Legacy of the Honorable Marcus Garvey

The Life and Legacy of the Honorable Marcus Garvey  Marcus Mosiah Garvey was born in St. Ann’s Bay Parish of St. Ann on August 17, 1887. He was the youngest of his fathers 11 children, nine of whom died in childhood. Garvey attended infant and elementary schools in St. Ann’s Bay and was a bright student. He […]

Effectz of Solitary Confinement

Here is a link to a short video of clips of 4 plaintiffs in the California Prisoner lawsuit testifying at their depositions: Ashker, Redd, Franco and Reyes. They as a prisoner class, include anyone who has been held more than 10 years in isolation. These men also organized prisoners throughout California to engage in hunger […]

On visiting George

Black August iz a few dayz away. U know wha time it iz.It iz a holi-day all month long.. by Dr. Tolbert Small George Jackson was a legendary prisoner who was attempting to organize the Blacks, Latinos and poor whites under their common linkage as victims of an exploitative class system. At that time, he […]

Calif. Hunger Strike 2 yrz later

Two years ago today, the largest prisoner hunger strike in California’s history was started by prisoners in solitary confinement at Pelican Bay State Prison. Within the first month of the strike, over 30,000 in California’s prisons had joined, raising the call for the five core demands in unified struggle. The strikers received overwhelming support, with […]