Recent Move 9 Update

On The Move The Move 9 Have been eligible for Parole since August 2008, after being in prison for 30 years. We have repeatedly been denied. In June of this year (2016), we were denied parole again, for a total of ten years past the time we should have been released. One of the reasons […]

We Want Freedom: A Life in The Black Panther Party (New Edition)

Author: Mumia Abu-Jamal (Author), Kathleen Cleaver (Introduction) Publisher: Common Notions ISBN: 978-1-942173-04-5 Published October 1, 2016 Format: Paperback Size: 8 3/8 X 5 3/8 Page count: 336 Pages $20.00 by Mumia Abu-Jamal The world’s most renowned political prisoner, Mumia was only 15 when he helped found the first Philadelphia branch of the Black Panther Party. […]

CIA and Operation Phoenix in Vietnam

by Ralph McGehee Investigators found this rail car, equipped with shackles, parked in an isolated area on the train tracks. It appears to be designed to transport prisoners.   Until outlawed in mid 70s CIA directly involved in assassination attempts against Castro of Cuba, and Congolese leader Lumumba. CIA also encouraged plots that resulted in […]

Dr. Walter Rodney: Revolutionary intellectual, socialist, Pan-Africanikt and historian

Walter Rodney by Ajamu Nangwaya Walter Rodney has demonstrated through thought and action that it is not inevitable for intellectuals to join the systems of oppression and use their knowledge and skills to perpetuate exploitation. They have the option of committing “class suicide.” Rodney called on the intelligentsia to use their knowledge and skills to […]

Message from Wattz: Liberation iz Coming from a Black Thing

Moorbey and it’z associatez by posting thiz here iz not a friend nor follower of  Maulana Karenga  or the group called United Slavez (US). Memberz of the (US) organization who were involved the shooting deathz of Big brutha komrade Bunchy Carter and Big brutha komrade John Huggins of the Black Panther Party (BPP) on on […]

Alprentice ‘Bunchy’ Carter ‘would have rode with Nat Turner’

by Norman (Otis) Richmond, aka Jalali “If Bunchy had been on the same plantation as Nat Turner, you can believe he would have rode with Nat Turner. That’s the type of person Bunchy was.” – Kumasi Black Panther Party Deputy Minister of Defense Bunchy Carter Oct. 12 is the birthday of one of the most […]

From Pipelinez to Prisonz: The intersection of native rightz, mass incarceration and environmental justice

by Panagioti Tsolkas and Nicholas Todd / Earth First! Newswire Over the past month, two seemingly disparate issues of prisons and pipelines have captured the attention of activists and independent media across the country. On September 9, as a judge ruled to halt construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), prisoners around the country began […]

The Public Archive: Nat Turner and the Haitian Revolution

In consequence of the alarming increase of the Black population at the South, fears have been long entertained, that it might one day be the unhappy lot of the whites, in that section, to witness scenes similar to those which but a few years since, nearly depopulated the once flourishing island of St. Domingo of […]

Undrinkable Water

Our loved ones inside Mahanoy, Frackville, and other PA prisons are still being forced to bathe in undrinkable water that is brown and foul smelling, leaving an oily sheen on their skin after washing. At Mahanoy, prisoners are only allowed three small cups of water at meals, while at Frackville prisoners are given a gallon […]

Black Youth Marked For Death By u.s. (united snakez) Government

[Editor’s Note: On June 25, 1989, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan delivered a message titled “Revealing the Conspiracy: Youth, Gangs, Violence and Drugs” to nearly 1,200 youth, many members and leaders of so-called gangs. The following text is part one of two edited excerpts of the speech, which consecutively appeared in the July 31, 1989 […]