Update on recent health scare of Robert “Seth” Hayez

Greetings Everyone, here’s an update on Seth’s health from his amazing Daughter Crystal. #BLACKLIVESMATTER in prison too! I just got off the phone with my father, who’s health is a constant roller coaster. This month alone, he was sent to the infirmary overnight for observations twice and to an outside hospital for emergency treatment. Every […]

Three New Poemz by Politikal Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim

The Same Living in the shadows of a Great Nation? Feeling the inspiration of a Great People? The poor survive on aspirations, food stamps and homelessness, mass incarceration, in prison mess halls a sea of Black and Brown faces, poor Whites and Asians, Indigenous Nations— non-citizenry, immigrants, the mosaic of the Star Spangled Banner. The […]

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 […]

“War against the Pantherz”: The Life and Workz of Huey P. Newton, Founder of the Black Panther Party (BPP)

 By Hugo Turner Dedicated to My Friend and Comrade Marland X aka @CharlieMBrownX Huey P. Newton was a visionary, a poet, a thinker, a writer, a gangster, but above all a revolutionary. Without his brilliance and daring the Black Panther party would never have been created. 50 Years after it’s creation the Black Panther Party […]

The Black Panther Party (BPP). The Battle against Poverty, Racism, Imperialism and Police Brutality

By Hugo Turner Dedicated to my friend and Comrade Marland X @CharlieMBrownX In my last article I dealt with the life of Black Panther Party Founder Huey P. Newton. (image right) I also discussed the origins of the Black Panther Party or BPP. Huey Newton and Bobby Seale formed the BPP in Oakland California to battle […]

#7: Seventh Son

#7: Seventh Son Colin Kaepernick, Yusef Lateef, Willie Dixon Prelude: It’s nev-er, it’s nev-er, ever the time, It’s nev-er, it’s never, never, ever the way Never, ever time for free-dom fight-ing It’s al-ways, it’s al-ways, always the wrong way It’s al-ways, al-ways, al-ways wrong and unwise Al-ways wrong and un-wise, to fight for free-dom (REPEAT) […]

Free Em All Radio! W/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & The Lady of Rage!

http://chairmanfredjr.blogspot.com/2016/09/september-20-2016-free-em-all-radio- Tune in tonight, Wednesday Sept. 21, 2016 to Free Em All Radio! w/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. & The Lady of Rage! Join our Hosts for tonight’s dynamic episode that will speak to the continuous state violence against the African community; from the murders of 13 year old Tyree King in Columbus, OH and Terence […]

Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (a.k.a.) H. Rap Brown

The Policy of Death (1:34) Mumia Abu-Jamal

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Tuskegee Airmen fought racism in the U.S. military

By Dolores Cox 2016 is the 75th anniversary of the Tuskegee Airmen’s formation. The Airmen were the first African-American aviators in U.S. Army Air Corps history. They were pilots, bombardiers, navigators, flight trainers, mechanics and support personnel. Before then, African Americans were barred from military aviation because of their skin color. Although Blacks had actively […]