THE “OFFICIAL” BLACK AUGUST SCHEDULE FOR THE FORMER ANGOLA 3 BLACK PANTHER PRISONERZ ALBERT WOODFOX & ROBERT KING

After nearly 43 years of being unjustly held in solitary confinement…. The awesome power of the people has once again secured the release of yet another Black Panther Party Black Freedom Fighter because our Brother Albert Woodfox, who was the last of the Angola 3 Political Prisoners, is finally free and back inside of the Black/New Afrikan community […]

ANCESTORZ ROLL CALL! What Did They Think? (poem by Jalil Muntaqim)

  What did they think? Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, Akai Gurley, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, life precious blood spelled in the mud FREEDOM … When will it come? What did they think? Eric Garner, Oscar Grant, Sean Bell, Amadou Diallo whose life breath echoed the dreams deferred from Afrikan ancestors through the middle passage, to […]

No Badjacketing: The State Wantz to Kill Uz; Let’z Not Cooperate

We prepared this short piece after several comrades were badjacketed in public and with pictures on social media at the 4th Precinct Shutdown. We believe those individual cases have been dealt with, and don’t wish to cause unnecessary division by complaining, or publicly calling any group or individual out. Instead, this is intended to provoke reflection, and conversation, amongst […]

Generational Gapz and Revolutionary Conceptz of the Black Panther Party

by Loco1 of United Struggle from Within    permalink Art from The Black Panther newspaper, Vol. 2 No. 19, January 1969 From this end of the bend the only subject relevant to prisoners in regards to the early Black Panther Party (BPP) is the party as a Maoist organization and how prisoners should apply the […]

BPP community programz

by Dan Berger (A supplement to the 2008 calendar on the Legacy of the Panthers) At the time and all the more so since, popular perception of the Black Panthers revolves around revolvers. But this violence-laden image misses the group’s substance. The multifaceted community programs made the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense such a success—and […]

Mumia Abu-Jamal’z 4th of July by Chris Hedges

FRACKVILLE, Pa.—Tens or even hundreds of thousands of Americans, like those in the visiting room of the State Correctional Institution at Mahanoy, drove often for hours on the Fourth of July weekend to visit relatives or friends who are locked in cages. Millions suffered the painful absence this weekend of a father, a mother, a […]

Sundiata Acoli: Ride and denied

by Sundiata Acoli This is a brief recap of my parole hearing and denial. Background Almost two years ago, Sept. 29, 2014, the New Jersey Appellate Court ordered the New Jersey Parole Board to “expeditiously set conditions” for my parole. The Parole Board appealed the order on grounds that I had not undergone a hearing […]

“What to a Prisoner iz the 4th of July?”

This painting was created for Prison Radio by artist & death row prisoner Kevin Cooper, 2016   My name is Bernadette Devlin McAliskey. Mumia Abu Jamal’s deep and resilient voice has been silenced and censored! I will read to you one of his illuminating commentary’s written on the occasion on Nelson Mandela’s visit to Philadelphia, […]

SCHOOLED BY YOUTUBE: FRED HAMPTON….A TRUE REVOLUTIONARY

  Fred Hampton, a revolutionary on a mission fighting against a system of exploitation and oppression. As a member of theBlack Panther Party, he fought to give power to the people. Chicago could’ve been a totally different city for blacks if Fred Hampton had not been murdered by the US government just like Malcolm X, […]

Wed. June 28, 2016 Free Em All Radio! With Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & The Lady of Rage!

  Ludacris To Perform At Guantanamo Bay On July 4th “When we called the contradiction of Jay-Z. Attempting to hijack the legacy of Chairman Fred Hampton Sr.  In his lyrics on the song with Kanye West on a song entitled Murders To Excellence. We were told we were making a big deal out of nothing. […]