Save the Date! 1/17/18 MXCC Annual PPOW Families Dinner

~Please share~ From déqui kioni-sadiki, chair, Malcolm X Commemoration Committee Greetings Community: The Malcolm X Commemoration Committee is pleased to announce its 2018 Annual Dinner Tribute to the Families of our PPOWs. This is a tradition started twenty-two years ago by Iyaluua Ferguson, wife, comrade and life partner of our late co-founder and Chairman Emeritus, Herman Ferguson. Saturday, […]

Rereading George Jackson

By Bob Avakian, Chairman of the RCP, USA This article is excerpted from a new work by Bob Avakian called “Getting Over the Two Great Humps: Further Thoughts on Conquering the World.” This work deals with strategic problems of the world revolution–getting over the hump of seizing power in different countries and getting over the […]

Amerikan Crime: Case #74: The FBI-Chicago Police Assassination of Fred Hampton

  Bob Avakian recently wrote that one of three things that has “to happen in order for there to be real and lasting change for the better: People have to fully confront the actual history of this country and its role in the world up to today, and the terrible consequences of this.” (See “3 […]

Make history in 2018, not excuses: Whose side are you on?

  Part V: Campaign to Redistribute the Pain 2018 by Bennu Hannibal Ra-Sun, formerly known as Melvin Ray, Free Alabama Movement “Times Are Changing” – Art: Arkee Chaney, A71362, P.O. Box 1327, Galesburg IL 61401 Greetings of love, dedication and resiliency to all Freedom Fighters and fearless frontline generals, soldiers and warriors who dare to […]

Kwame ‘Beans’ Shakur: Seizing the time

by Kwame ‘Beans’ Shakur, co-founder and chairman of the New Afrikan Liberation Collective We, New Afrikan Revolutionary Nationalist cadres and all righteous, conscious citizens of the Republic of New Afrika, have a responsibility to uplift our nation, to protect our nation from destructive forces both INSIDE and outside of the Provisional Government of the New […]

Prisoner lives matter too – but not in Texas!

by Keith ‘Malik’ Washington “To cooperate passively with an unjust system makes the oppressed as evil as the oppressor.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace and blessings, Sisters and Brothers! “Comrade Malik” – Art: Kevin “Rashid” Johnson, 158039, FSP, P.O. Box 800, Raiford FL 32083 This month of October 2017 marks the 10th year that […]

How I survived 22 years of solitary confinement

by Kamau M. Askari These New Afrikan revolutionaries – George Jackson, W.L. Nolen, Jonathan Jackson and Khatari Gaulden – led the brief, heroic California Prison Movement that set the bar high for today’s and tomorrow’s leaders and thinkers. It was the principles they taught that helped hunger strikers survive not only decades of torturous solitary […]

They called him Bunchy, like a bunch of greens

by Malik Ismail “When they killed Bunchy, they killed the Party – we just didn’t know it at the time.” – Roland Freeman, member of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party by Bunchy Carter in […]

An Abolitionist Life

[col. writ. 9/28/17] ©’17 Mumia Abu-Jamal What does it mean to call oneself an abolitionist? The word doesn’t mean today what it meant 150 years ago. Then, it meant an end to what some have called ‘America’s Original Sin’–Slavery. Today? Well, it’s not a common term today, but it should be. It was the nation’s […]

Two years after Ashker v. Governor of California: More work to be done

We marked the two-year anniversary of the historic settlement of Ashker v. Governor of California, which put an end to indefinite solitary confinement in California, by asking the court to extend the terms of the settlement by one year. In our motion, filed with co-counsel Nov. 20, 2017, we noted that substantial reforms are still needed and […]