40th Anniversary Statement by Leonard Peltier

Greetings friends, supporters and all Native Peoples. What can I say that I have not said before? I guess I can start by saying see you later to all of those who have passed in the last year. We Natives don’t like to mention their names. We believe that if we speak their names it […]

Dr. Mutulu Shakur

   KNOW THAT HAVE ALSO SENT THERE LOVE AND SUPPORT THROUGH OUT THE 30 YEARS OF MY DETENTION .THANK YOU DR. MUTULU SHAKUR United States Penitentiary P.O. Box 3900 Adelanto CA,92301 Dearest Friends and Family, I am truly pleased to hear from you all. I hope you’re in the best of health and spirit. I […]

Black History (Our-story) Month – February 2016

The prequel to Black History Month came in the form of Negro History Week (1926) in the United States when Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History announced the second week of February as Negro History Week. The second week of February was chosen because it coincided with […]

Support for Incarcerated Hero Major Tillery

HELP MAJOR TILLERY FILE HIS RETALIATION LAWSUIT Major Tillery was denied medical treatment, transferred and put in the hole “because of something prison administrators hate and fear among all things: prisoner unity, prisoner solidarity.” –Mumia Abu-Jamal Major Tillery stood up for Mumia, telling John Kerestes, the Superintendent at SCI Mahanoy, that Mumia is dying and […]

Three prisonerz bid a loving farewell to Hugo Pinell

Hugo … Hugo … Hugo … where are you? by Alay’he Justin Jackson I often visit the spot where they took you from us. I still can’t accept it. Although we didn’t know each other, I knew your spirit. I cried for you the day your light was dimmed. I never met you, but you […]

I was one of the last onez to see our beloved Brotha Yogi alive

by Vernell Devon Bush My name is Devon Bush, a Black Afrikan inmate in struggle here in CSP Sac. Look, I was involved in the riot that took place Aug. 12, 2015, in the B-Yard. Also, I was one of the last ones to see our beloved Brotha Hugo L.A. “Yogi Bear” Pinell R.I.P. alive. […]

Call To Action: Help Former Politikal Prisoner Sekou Kambui

https://www.gofundme.com/wem2zs7n Help Former Politikal Prisoner Sekou Kambui Houston Anarchist Black Cross is posting this on behalf of formerly incarcerated political prisoner Sekou Kambui. You can find a letter from Sekou at the bottom of this text which explains the reasons for which he needs financial support. To give you a bit of background regarding Sekou, […]

BLIND LEMON JEFFERSON: ONE OF THE GREATEST GUITARISTZ & BLUEZ SINGERZ

Guitarist and blues singer “Blind Lemon Jefferson” was one of the most popular blues singers of the 1920s. Known as “Father of the Texas Blues, his performances were distinctive due to his high-pitched voice and the originality of his guitar playing.  Jefferson was born blind on September 24, 1893, in Coutchman, Texas. He was one […]

Interview with Kojo Bomani Sababu

Just received from our comrades at NYC ABC: 16 Jan – Interview with Kojo Bomani Sababu Below is a self interview from Kojo Bomani Sababu, currently incarcerated in the federal system in West Virginia. This interview was conducted a few years ago, but only recently published. MORE: 1: How did you come by your current […]

A Film by Tony Buba and Marcuz Rediker, “Ghostz of Amistad: In the Footstepz of the Rebelz,” Will Air on PBS Affiliatez Nationwide in February for Black History (Our-story) Month

On July 2, 1839, 53 captive Africans aboard the Amistad, a slave schooner, broke out of their chains and stealthily snuck up to the main deck, where they killed two crewmembers and disarmed the rest. Having thus seized control of the ship, they attempted to sail back to their homeland, only to be deceived into […]