Sunday Cuba gathering/Free all Politikal Prisonerz!

THIS SUNDAY FROM NOON TO 2PM GATHER TOGETHER IN FRONT OF THE CUBAN MISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS TO HONOR THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF COMANDANTE FIDEL CASTRO… AS HIS REMAINS ARE BURIED IN SANTAIGO DE CUBA… BIRTHPLACE OF THE CUBAN REVOLUTION. LET THE WORLD KNOW THAT FIDEL’S  REVOLUTIONARY SPIRIT LIVES ON IN THE HEARTS AND MINDS OF THOSE WHO […]

In Tuscany the death penalty waz abolished three timez.

di Claudio Giusti A Dispassionate Review of Old and New Evidence AI Index: ACT 05/34/80 By EZZAT A. FATTAH, Ph. D. Professor, Department of Criminology Simon Fraser University Barnaby, British Columbia Canada A revised version of a paper presented at the seminar on the death penalty organized by Amnesty International at the Sixth United Nations […]

Who’z in Solitary Confinement?

By ANNA FLAGG, ALEX TATUSIAN and CHRISTIE THOMPSON The data on how many prisoners are subjected to solitary confinement has long been elusive: many state corrections departments didn’t log such information, and it was hard to track given the various euphemisms for the practice. A new report from Yale Law School and the Association of […]

The need for a united front against fascism

by Elbert ‘Big Man’ Howard If there was ever a time to organize around a United Front Against Fascism, it is now. The next leader of the “free world” has just been “elected” – more like “selected” – to be president of the United States. He has thereby been given the authority to use power […]

Long live the spirit of Komrade W.L. Nolen

by Chairman Kijana Tashiri Askari, W.L. Nolen Mentorship Program For those who are not familiar with W.L. Nolen, this beautiful New Afrikan brotha was one of the founders of the Black Liberation Movement in the California Prison System, along with Comrade George Jackson. Comrade W.L. Nolen was instrumental in shaping and molding the exemplary model […]

Baridi X Williamson: I went inside my heart to survive the torture in the Pelican Bay SHU

by Baridi X Williamson Part I: Upon leaving Pelican Bay SHU solitary confinement, my firsts (of many) Leaving out of Pelican Bay solitary confinement torture prison facilities/units/cages for the first time on Jan. 23, 2015 – after arriving there Nov. 29, 1990 – I remember witnessing my first sunrise as the CDCr (California Department of […]

Organizer ‘Malik’ Washington transferred to toughest prison in Texaz

by Keith ‘Malik’ Washington On Nov. 10, 2016, the state of Texas transferred me and 43 other men to the Administrative Segregation Unit at the Eastham Unit in Lovelady, Texas. Eastham is one of the oldest units in the state. The conditions there are much worse than at the Telford Unit. The most glaring issue […]

Former Black Panther serving life sentence for murder denied release

New Jersey police have opposed the release of Sundiata Acoli, who killed a state trooper more than 40 years ago, since he became eligible for parole in 1992 An attorney representing the nearly 80-year-old prisoner called the denial ‘a punch to the gut’. Photograph: Dave Hunt/AAP Renée Feltz A former Black Panther who turns 80 […]

Dec 9th for Our Voice of the Voiceless

Activists and supporters worldwide mark December 9 on our calendars every year as the anniversary of the state’s 1981 attempted assassination of Mumia Abu-Jamal on the streets of Philadelphia, but this year is different. Mumia faces deteriorating health with his untreated hepatitis C infection and a further risk from the black, oily water being piped […]

FREE Black Panther Party Legacy 3 Day Seriez Of Politikal Education Community Workshopz @ The Hudson Guild Theater on November 25th, 26th & 27th

“Women Of Color Productions” in association with “Original” Black Panther Party Veterans Presents…   THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES… “FREE” Black Panther Party Legacy Series Of Political Education Community Workshops @ The Hudson Guild Theater 441 W. 26th Street New York, New York  10001 “All (3) Days Of Workshops Are Free & Open To The Public” Workshop #1 Friday, […]