Justice for Keith LaMar

  This is the reading list Keith LaMar recently fought to protect (and won the right to keep) on his hunger strike 1. Just Mercy –Bryan Stevenson 2. Inside Rikers–J. Wynn 3. The Many Faces of Shame–D. Nathanson 4. Conversations with God–N. Walsch 5. White Like Me–T. Wise 6. The New Jim Crow–M. Alexander 7. […]

Support political prisoner Zolo Azania

  “It is the weak who are cruel. Gentleness can only be expected from the strong.”                                                                         — Leo Roskin   To: All Concerned for Human Rights in all Human Sights               This is an open letter requesting your help to garner support for my plight.  i am currently serving a fourteen (14) year […]

New Poem and Request from Jalil Muntaqim

  Here is a request from Jalil Muntaqim as we begin his parole campaign for his hearing in June 2016. Jalil would like people to contact Tavis Smiley and request that he interview Ward Churchill about Jalil’s book Escaping the Prism. tavis@tavistalks.com and http://www.facebook.com/TavisTalks He would also like people to contact Amy Goodman and request […]


Panther Breakfast Program By Tom “Big Warrior” Watts Revolutionary-Intercommunalism is the theoretical understanding that the world we live in today, has become globalized and the principle contradiction in the world is now between the need of the capitalist-imperialist ruling class to consolidate their global hegemony and the anarchy and chaos they are unleashing by attempting […]

Komradez hail hero and martyr Hugo Pinell

Sending a raised Black fist & and a Warrior’z shout out to thoze that came to the aide of Big Brother Komrade Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell. Yogi Livez az doez Komrade George Jackson. Letters continue to pour in to the Bay View from prisoners who remember the great Hugo “Yogi” Pinell as a hero and a […]

Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead

Author: Ed Mead Format: Paperback Size: 360 pages ISBN: 978-1-894946-78-0 Publisher: Kersplebedeb Publishing 2015 More than a memoir, Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead takes the reader on a tour of America’s underbelly. From Iowa to Compton to Venice Beach to Fairbanks, Alaska, Mead introduces you to poor America just trying to get by—and barely […]

SF – Friday, October 23 – Freeing our Politikal Prisonerz

7:30- 9:30 PM (doors open at 7) 518 VALENCIA STREET, SF (16th street BART) $5–25—no one turned away Did you know there are dozens of political prisoners right here in the United Sates, many of whom have been incarcerated for more than 30, 40 or 50 years? Come hear speakers discuss their cases and strategies […]

Support Parole for Eddie Africa

In October 2015 our Brother Eddie Africa is set to make another appearance before the Pennsylvania State Parole Board. Your letters of support is urgently needed. All of the information is below as follows: We are asking for your support at this critical stage to secure the freedom Eddie deserves.  Feel free to use parts […]

In Defense of the Pantherz: Why the Film “The Black Pantherz: Vanguard of the Revolution” Should be Put Down, and the book “Black Against Empire” Picked Up

by Danny Haiphong The author endorses former Panther leader Elaine Brown’s critique of the movie, However, Blacks Against Empire, the acclaimed book on the Party, meets his approval as “actual historical analysis that is useful for those seeking lessons from the lived struggle of the Panthers.” In Defense of the Panthers: Why the Film “The Black […]

Oscar Lopez Rivera Grito de Lares Message People

For the past thirty-four years, Oscar López-Rivera, the longest held political prisoner in Puerto Rican history, has commemorated El Grito de Lares from within a U.S. prison. From his cell in the Marion Federal Penitentiary, he wrote a brief reflection on the significance of El Grito. It’s very important to celebrate the Grito de Lares, […]