The Walter Rodney Commission Report and the unfinished businezz of Rodney’z murder

credits: Atlanta Black Star Wazir Mohamed Although the presidential commission of inquiry completed its task and published its report, the work of justice for Walter Rodney is not yet over. His family needs justice. The political context in which Rodney was murdered remains largely intact in Guyana. And the lessons of his killing should be […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Texas prisonz – What Method of Protest iz acceptable for Black People?

What Method of Protest is acceptable for Black People By Keith ‘Malik’ Washington Colin Kaepernick and numerous other NFL Football players have staged peaceful quiet protests by taking a knee or exhibiting the ‘Raised Fist of Solidarity.’ I read one letter in the USAToday published on September 14th, 2016, which read: “ By disrespecting the […]

Common and Stevie Wonder Put Black Pain on Display in ‘Black Amerika Again’ Video

By Dee Lockett  As America’s black communities mourn more lives taken at the hands of police this week, Common and Stevie Wonder have released a protest song with a video that spotlights their pain. “Black America Again” is the title track to Common’s next album and its video opens with the disturbing footage of Alton […]

Celebrating the 75th birthday of Soledad Brother George Lester Jackson, Sept. 23, 1941-Aug. 21, 1971

by Kiilu Nyasha As we honor the 75th birthday of our beloved Comrade George Jackson, field marshal of the Black Panther Party behind prison walls, may we remember his revolutionary ideas and practice, his mentors and his sacrifice. Author of two books, “Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson,” a 1970 bestseller reprinted three […]

Copz are still shooting to kill at Amerika’z largest police-training exercise

  By Mary Noble Over Labor Day weekend, sports players all over the United States knelt to protest police killings of black Americans. Meanwhile, I watched Sgts. Spencer Fomby and Rashawn Cummings, two Berkeley police officers involved in fatal civilian shootings, walk into an abandoned building in Hayward, CA, to practice killing people in a […]

How Should We Respond to Police Violence?

by MIM(Prisons)           permalink   The recent attention to murder and brutality of New Afrikan men by Amerikan police, and the shooting of police officers in Dallas, Texas by Micah X, apparently in retaliation for this brutality, inspired a lot of thoughtful letters from across the country. Many commented on the […]

Take A Guess How Many Black People Have Died At The Handz Of Police Since Kaepernick Began Protest?