Remembering Yogi

by The People’s Minister of Information JR Valrey The memorial for Hugo “Yogi” Lyon Antonio Pinell was a beautiful and monumental event that loved ones, comrades and the community came from far and wide to attend. The celebration was held at the African American Art and Culture Complex on 762 Fulton in San Francisco’s legendary […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“I only want the brave to stay with me. Those who wish to become once againFrench slaves can make their way out of this fort. Those on the contrary whowish to die as free men may take their place around me” — Jean JacquesDessalines, Haiti’s founding father, speaking at Crête-à-Pierrot, March 11,1802

The 6th Anniversary Of The Aiyana Jones’ Death

Saturday, May 21 at 2:00 PM in ED 2 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48226-3473, United State A rally in loving memory of Aiyana Jones May 16 will mark the sixth anniversary of the brutal slaying of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones by Detroit Police Officer Joe Weekley. She was shot by the cop while she slept on […]

Today iz the Anniversary of the One Terrorist Attack in Amerika that You are Supposed to Forget

  Philadelphia, PA — Thirty-one years ago today, one of the most blatant acts of terrorism was carried out on American soil against American citizens by an American police department. Obviously, this is the one terror attack the government won’t remind you about — and, in fact, would prefer you forget completely. On May 13, […]

 The Rootz of Today’z Racism and Police Violence, in an ‘Inconceivably Brutal’ Riot 150 Yearz Ago

  “The police headed the butchery” in Memphis in May of 1866, The Nation reported at the time, “and occupied themselves in shooting down every colored person, of whatever sex, of whom they got a glimpse.” By Richard Kreitner (Tennessee State Library and Archive) One hundred and fifty years ago this month, the white population […]


  Mary Turner was a 19-year-old black woman born in 1899 to Perry Graham and Elizabeth Johnson in Brooks County, Georgia. When Turner was eight months pregnant, she was murdered after she publicly denounced the unlawful extrajudicial killing of her husband, Hazel Turner. On the evening of May 16, 1918, a white planter who was […]

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:   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 […]

St Valentines Massacre 1929 Or Mother’s Day Massacre May 8, 2016

“Whether it be the St.Valentines Massacre Feb.14,1929 in Chicago. Or the Mothers Day Massacre May 8, 2016 in Chicago/CHIRAQ! . No one doubts the systems implementing and benefiting off of the bloodshed.”-Chairman Fred Hampton Jr.  

Never Forget May 13, 1985: Free the Move 9

(click for larger 8.5″ x 11″ flyer) Friday. May 13, 2016, from 6-9 pm Stand together with the MOVE family on the 31st anniversary of the Philadelphia government bombing of the MOVE home on May 13, 1985. Remember the 11 murdered MOVE members, including John Africa and five children. Remember the framed-up MOVE 9 and demand […]

Condemned Inmatez Face New Execution Drug

By Juan Haines The public will have a chance to be heard on California’s plan for a one-drug execution procedure at a public hearing in Sacramento, scheduled for Jan. 7 next year. Executions have been on hold in California since 2006, when a federal judge invalidated the state’s three-drug “cocktail” then used for lethal injections. […]