Nothing to Lose But Our Chainz

dequi kioni-sadiki Co-producer and co-host, Where We Live One person involved in the Eric Garner case was indicted. Interestingly, it wasn’t white NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo, who killed Garner by placing him in an illegal chokehold for allegedly selling “loosies” (untaxed cigarettes). It was Ramsey Orta: the 22-year-old Latino onlooker who filmed it. The police […]

Build Afrikan Martyrz Day 2015!

Gaida Kambon, Secretary General APSP Above: Malcolm in the struggle against coloniaism. This February 21, 2015 Afrcan Martyrs Day will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination an African patriot and revolutionary Malcolm El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Africa on the Ascendancy: The Party in Motion!   The African People’s Socialist Party calls on all African revolutionaries […]

December 20, 1989: The Day that Black Livez Did Not Matter in Panama

by BAR editor and columnist Ajamu Baraka http://blackagendareport.com/node/14588 December 20, 1989 is a day of infamy for the people of Panama. On that day, the most powerful military in the world descended on poor black communities in the middle of Panama City and carried out one of the most brutal war crimes of the late […]

The Police and the Massacre of Afro-Brazilian Youth

Brazil has the largest population of black people outside Africa, leads the planet in police murders of young blacks. Like their US counterparts, murderous Brazilian cops enjoy immunity and impunity. Besides the article published below, our friends at This Is Hell interviewed Brian Mier… source: The Police and the Massacre of Afro-Brazilian Youth

#NecessaryResistance to Police Terrorism w/Cynthia McKinney, Dhoruba Bin Wahad & Ward Churchill

If you are concerned w/how to deal with police terrorism & cointelpro check out thiz video and share it. Here’z what the vetz have to say… Strategy to Combat Police Brutality Town Hall Meeting held in Atlanta w/ esteemed panelists: Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (former US Congresswoman) Dhoruba Bin Wahad (Black Panther Party/BLA Founder) Ward Churchill […]

TOMORROW @ 5:30pm Rebel Diaz Presents An Exclusive Harlem Documentary Film Screening Of “The Mike Brown Rebellion: Resistance in Ferguson”

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 ~ 5:30pm @ The Maysles Cinema ~ 343 Malcolm X Blvd / Lenox Av. (between. 127th & 128th Streets) Take: #2, 3, A, B, C, D stops & 125th St. cross town bus lines map< https://goo.gl/maps/gv4d4&gt; , buses:< http://goo.gl/97dMyW&gt; (212) 582-6050(212) 582-6050 cinema@mayslesinstitute.org < http://mayslesinstitute.org/&gt; Hosted by Rebel Diaz Don’t Stop presents […]

The global scourge of police killing Blackz

Lisa Tomlinson 2014-12-11, Issue 706 http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/93572 cc STLA The issue of Black people being victims of systemic brutality, oppression and murder at the hands of the police is not limited to the United States. It is a global problem. If we are ever going to stop this barbaric use of authority to trample the civil […]

Four Hundred Yearz: Slavery to Ferguson

“The tragedy of Ferguson and the thousands of other untold stories of today’s era ring eerily similar to the tragedies of yesteryear America.” When I read Daina Ramey Berry’s piece entitled, Slavery in America, it reminded me of one of the  first sensitive conversations on race that I had with the man who would become my […]

Here Are Some of the Wayz U.S. Treatment of Afrikan-Amerikanz Resembles Apartheid South Afrika

By Juan Cole Shuttestock This post originally ran on Juan Cole’s Web page. From 1949 though the early 1990s, South Africa was ruled by an Afrikaner Apartheid regime that made race the basis for law and politics, and which systematically excluded black Africans from their civil and national rights, empowering white Afrikaners alone.  The social […]