The Vortex of Dementia

By Abdul Olugbala Shakur  Transcribed by Kilaika Baruti Though I have been active in the struggle for practically all of my life, from a Panther cub to an Urban guerrilla in the service of the underground, I have never considered myself to be a writer or at least not a good writer, but I felt it […]

Freedom (Theme From Panther)

Various Artistz Freedom Rap Version   Various Atristz – Freedom (Theme From Panther)

George Jackson University – a statement from itz founder

by Abdul Olugbala Shakur Within the California Department of Corrections (CDCr), the name George Jackson evokes both fear and hate among prison guards. His very name represents resistance – the epitome of our Black manhood – and this explains in part why the CDCr has spent the last 44 years attempting to censor the name […]

Fighting the Patriarchy: George Jackson and the Black Panther Party

by PTT of MIM(Prisons)         permalink   A criticism often made of the Black Panther Party (BPP) lies in errors it made around addressing the patriarchy. Most of these criticisms are attempts at subreformism, which is the approach of resolving conflict on an individual or interpersynal level in an attempt to resolve social […]

George Jackson in the Sun of Palestine: Colonialist Captivity and Revolutionary Strugglez

Sunday, 15 May 4 pm – 7 pm Uptown Auto Body and Fender 401 26th St Oakland, CA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/551591961667213/   Art Forces and AROC invite you to join us to remember the Nakba, the Black Panthers, and Indigenous Resistance. Doors open at 4pm for the art exhibition and blessing at the Oakland Palestine Solidarity […]

Free Em All Radio! W/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & The Lady of Rage!

Tune in tonight, April 13, 2016 to Str8up Realtalk Radio Network for “Free Em All Radio! W/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & The Lady of Rage!” Tonight Our Host will be speaking with Former Seattle Black Panther Party Captain Aaron Dixon in a continuintg series commemorating The Legacy of The Black Panther Party with commentary and […]

Extreme Remediez

 by Max Nelson George Jackson’s Soledad Brother, forty years later. Max Nelson is writing a series on prison literature. Read the previous entry, on the French revolutionary Madame Roland, here. On August 21, 1971, George Jackson pulled a pistol on his wardens at San Quentin, the notoriously racist maximum-security prison to which he’d recently been relocated. When […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“Our overall task is to separate the people from the hated state. They must be made to realize that the interests of the state and the ruling class are one and the same. They must be taught to realize that the present political regime exists only to balance the productive forces within the society in […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “It’z very contradictory for a man to teach about the murder in corporate capitalism, to isolate and expose the murderez behind it, to instruct that these madmen are completely without stopz, are licentiouz, totally depraved — and then not make adequate preparationz to defend himself from the madman’z attack. Either they don’t really believe […]

WHITEWASHING THE CRIMEZ OF RACIAL REVOLUTIONARIEZ

The media’s timid treatment of the Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter. by  John Perazzo After spending the past 43 years in solitary confinement in the Louisiana State Penitentiary, 69-year-old Albert Woodfox, a former Black Panther, was recently set free as part of a plea deal with state prosecutors. Exhibiting not a shred of remorse […]