Kaepernick’z Protest by Jalil Muntaqim

Blog #38: Kaepernick’s Protest “They were peace men; but they preferred revolution to peaceful submission to bondage. They were quiet men; but they did not shrink from agitating against oppression. They showed forbearance; but that they knew its limits. They believed in order; but not in the order of tyranny. With them, nothing was ‘settled’ […]

Report by PP Jalil Muntaqim on Disciplinary Hearing

Finally, NYC Jericho received Jalil’s October 7, 2016 report on the Disciplinary Hearing via another correspondent of Jalil’s in Buffalo. APARTHEID ATTICA The Silencing of a Politikal Prisoner On September 23, 2016, I was placed in keeplock status for reasons unknown. On September 24, 2016, I was issued a Tier III misbehavior report that has […]

8th Annual Freedom Dance–Saturday, November 5, in Harlem!

The Freedom Dance Committee 917-415-5653 Invites one and all to eat, drink and dance THE 8TH ANNUAL FREEDOM DANCE “Party With A Purpose” On Saturday – November 5th – the Eighth Annual Freedom Dance is taking place at Harlem’s historic National Black Theatre – doors open at 8:30PM featuring the shaking sounds of DJ Lumumba […]

50 Years Later: A Look Back at the Black Panther Party

by By: Lawrence Ware In October 1966, Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale founded the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, which was built on revolutionary black love in an effort to combat institutional racism. Stokely Carmichael, aka Kwame Ture (right), who was a leader of the Black Panther Party, shown in a photo dated Sept. […]


From Harlem With Love: A Mural For Yuri Kochiyama & Bro. Malcolm X Sunday, October 23rd, 2-4 PM At the corner of 125th St. & Old Broadway Join us for the dedication ceremony of From Harlem With Love: A Mural For Yuri & Malcolm. We are excited for an afternoon of commemoration, commemoration, family activities […]

We Want Freedom: A Life in The Black Panther Party (New Edition)

Author: Mumia Abu-Jamal (Author), Kathleen Cleaver (Introduction) Publisher: Common Notions ISBN: 978-1-942173-04-5 Published October 1, 2016 Format: Paperback Size: 8 3/8 X 5 3/8 Page count: 336 Pages $20.00 by Mumia Abu-Jamal The world’s most renowned political prisoner, Mumia was only 15 when he helped found the first Philadelphia branch of the Black Panther Party. […]

50 years later – What can the Black Panther Party (BPP) teach a new generation of revolutionariez?

  By Danny Shaw Fifty years ago in October 1966, the Black Panther party exploded onto the political scene in the United States, striking fear into the racist ruling class and inspiring a new generation of revolutionaries to “seize the time.” Today, there is a renewed interest in the Panthers and what they stood for. […]

DEC 09 – Rally in Philadelphia

  Activists and supporters worldwide mark December 9 on our calendars every year as the anniversary of the state’s 1981 attempted assassination of Mumia Abu-Jamal on the streets of Philadelphia, but this year is different. Mumia faces deteriorating health with his untreated hepatitis C infection and a further risk from the black, oily water being […]

Foward To the 50th

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 […]