Female Black Panther Party, Sexism in the Group?

by  Nana Baakan Agyiriwah NB COMMENTARY: I really wanted to NOT be in this Beyoncé Madness, but the irony of it all is to see folks being offended by her antics to the point of calling it racist when in fact, if they took the time to read the lyrics, they would see the song […]

ALPRENTICE “BUNCHY” CARTER: MURDERED TO DISMANTLE THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY (BPP)

Revolutionary hero Alprentice “Bunchy” Carter was the leader of the Los Angeles chapter of the Black Panther Party until his death, which was instigated, promoted, and possibly even carried out by the FBI in 1969.  Born in 1942, Carter had been exposed to crime early in life. He was the leader of a street gang […]

Rally to demand parole for MOVE 9

Many organizations and individuals in the New York area who support and defend political prisoners are holding a rally on Feb. 12 in New York to mobilize for the upcoming May parole hearings for MOVE 9 political prisoners Debbie Africa, Janet Africa and Janine Africa and to win parole for all imprisoned MOVE members. The […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

BLACK POWER-WHITE BLOOD: THE “SOLEDAD BROTHERZ” CHARGED WITH MURDERING A WHITE PRISON GUARD

Three African-American inmates were charged with the murder of a white prison guard, John Vincent Mills, at “California’s Soledad Prison” on January 16, 1970. George Jackson, Fleeta Drumgoole, John Clutchette, known as the The Soledad Brothers, were said to have murdered the police guard in retaliation for the shooting deaths of three black prisoners by […]

John Africa’z MOVE Organization: The Story of a Shattered Movement

BY AMY NICOLE The Tragic 1985 Bombing of John Africa’s MOVE Organization The MOVE Organization were a group of mostly black, freedom and nature loving activists who lived in Philadelphia in the early 1970s to early 80s—until the Philadelphia police department dropped a bomb on their house from a helicopter on May 13, 1985, silencing […]