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 […]

POV: Civil Rightz vs. Black Power

  An Excerpt from The Magic Of Juju by Kalamu ya Salaam Civil Rights vs. Black Power. Encouraged by the 1954 “Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka” Supreme Court school desegregation ruling, the Civil Rights Movement organized and focused African American discontent with the status quo. Moreover, once this discontent was put into motion […]

Fifty Years Later, Black Pantherz’ Art Still Resonatez

The Black Panther Party was founded 50 years ago in Oakland, on Oct. 15, 1966, and within two years it had chapters across the country. The New York Times is taking this opportunity to explore the Black Panthers’ legacy, through their iconic use of imagery and how they were covered in its own pages. The […]

One year since Pelican Bay settlement, long-term solitary drops 99%

Last Friday, October 14, marked one year since reforms began under the historic settlement agreement in CCR’s case Ashker v. Brown, which effectively ended long-term solitary confinement throughout California state prisons. We are thrilled to report that new data shows that the settlement succeeded in moving virtually all prisoners out of indefinite and prolonged solitary […]

TUNE IN TONIGHT: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party – 2 HOUR Special On Building Bridgez – @ 7:00PM

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party New Black Panther Party Logo Black Panther Party TUNE IN TONIGHT @ 7:00PM…. Building Bridges over WBAI Radio, 99.5FM with Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash Mon., October 17, 7 – 9 pm EST streaming @ smartphone streaming @ & to listen, or download archived […]

Politikal Prisoner Herman Bell on the 50th Anniversary of the BPP

You can listen to Herman’s statement HERE! Afrikan people arrived to the shores of North America in the holds of slave ships.  Off the boats, poked and prodded, they stood on the auction block for sale.  Wealthy people were the only ones who could afford to own slaves, they wanted steady labor to plant and […]

The Bigot’z View of Black Livez Matter

    Black Lives Matter is comprised of a group of people who are tired of Black people being brutalized and killed by police. They organize to protest this treatment by exercising their first amendment right; freedom of assembly. Anyone who has a problem with that is mentally twisted. The name “Black Lives Matter,” does […]

Video on the Virgin Islandz 3

  Author name: Michael Antonio Joseph, writing as Michael A. Joseph, Esq. Title: Fountain Valley 1972 Page size/soft or hardcover/color or b&w interior/page count/SRP/ISBN: 6×9, soft, b&w, 252 pp, $15.95, 978-1-62857-984-0 Synopsis: My family grew up on the U.S. island of St. Croix, free from America’s skin color drama. We locals refer to white people […]

Tues., Oct. 18: Twitter Storm for PP Jalil Muntaqim

Jalil will be 65 years old on October 18, 2016. He has been in prison since he was 19 years old. Due to the pernicious influence of the PBA over the NYS Parole Board, Jalil has been denied parole 9 times. In addition to appealing this latest parole denial, Jalil has also submitted a request […]