Support the loved and loyal Bay View: Keep the voice of the people alive

by Damu Katika Chimurenga Brothas and Sistas, Revolutionary salutations and conscious overstanding unto you all, especially those of you at Bay View National Black Newspaper and Behind ‘Enemy’ Lines from those of us solid Black prisoners on 4A SHU (2L). I recently received a renewal subscription from Bay View and unfortunately I am unable to […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

They send uz to skool to learn how to be disgusting. We send ur children to placez of learning operated by men who hate uz  and hate the truth. It iz clear that no skool would be better. Burn it; all the fascist literature, burn that too. Then equip urself with the litte red book. […]

Sense of the Uncanny: George Jackson in the Sun of Palestine

  George Jackson in the Sun of Palestine is an exhibit that opened in October at the Abu Jihad Museum on the campus of Al-quds University, a Palestinian university. The exhibit demonstrates the similarity in voice and situation” between the Palestinian and African American people for whom widespread incarceration of their communities is the product […]

CDCR Lackeyz Assassinate Leader of Prison Movement

by MIM(Prisons) August 2015 permalink On 12 August 2015, Hugo “Yogi Bear” Pinell was murdered on the yard at California State Prison – Sacramento in Represa, also known as New Folsom Prison. Yogi was in solitary confinement a week prior to his murder, having spent 46 years in solitary confinement. Yet somehow someone on the […]

Jonathan Jackson – The Nu-Afrikan Communist Guerrilla in The Highest Stage of Development

Jonathan Peter Jackson — who died on August 7, 1970, courage in one hand, assault rifle in the other; my brother, comrade, friend —the true revolutionary, the black communist guerrilla in the highest state of development, he died on the trigger, scourge of the unrighteous, soldier of the people!! – GLJ

Why George Jackson matterz

By Danny Haiphong posted on September 14, 2015 George Jackson spent ten years behind prison walls: from 1961 to 1971. During this period, Jackson became a revolutionary warrior for Black liberation and socialist revolution. Jackson’s life matters now more than ever. Jackson was from Chicago, but his rebellious spirit and run-ins with police compelled his […]

George Jackson Mixtape & Deportationz in the Dominikan Republik

A new mixtape looks at the life and ideas of black revolutionary George Jackson. Who was George Jackson, what did he stand for, and what did the creators of the mixtape holt to achieve. Deportations are underway in the Dominican Republic asThe Global African host Bill Fletcher explores these stories with The Real News Network […]

Why George Jackson Matterz Through the Lenz of Blood in My Eye

by Danny Haiphong George Jackson was a giant that U.S. State could not contain – so it killed him. “It was Jackson who developed a foundational theory of the prison state in relationship to the design of the imperialist system.” Jackson said revolutionary movements require three elements: “an above ground organization that carries out political […]

Black August: “A month of meaning, of repression and radical resistance, of injustice and divine justice.”
- Mumia Abu-Jamal

Black August ori­gin­ated in the con­cen­tra­tion camps of Cali­for­nia to honor fallen Free­dom Fight­ers, Jonathan Jack­son, George Jack­son, Wil­liam Christ­mas, James McClain and Khatari Gaulden. Jonathan Jack­son was gunned down out­side the Marin County Cali­for­nia court­house on August 7, 1970 as he attemp­ted to lib­er­ate three imprisoned Black Lib­er­a­tion Fight­ers: James McClain, Wil­liam Christ­mas and […]

They will never count me among the broken men’: The political significance of George Jackson

by Jitu Sadiki Twenty-five years ago, n August 21, 1971, George L. Jackson, a 29-year-old leader of the Black Panther Party, died from multiple bullet wounds sustained during an alleged escape attempt from California’s San Quentin State Prison. In fact, as fellow inmates would later testify, Jackson died as he had lived, as a revolutionary […]