Imprisoned People and Ideaz with Dr. Joy James

1. “Imprisoned People and Ideas with Dr. Joy James” — 56:52 2. “Community Comment Dr. Joy James” — 56:29 Dr. Joy James joined us for this hour to discuss her work on “Imprisoned Intellectuals” and the particular placement of Black revolutionary women and mothers.

TOMORROW: Go With the Free Mumia Coalition to Free the MOVE Prisoners in Pa.

For those living in NYC, join the Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition in the trip to Philly and back for this critical fight to free the MOVE 9.  We can’t bring back those who died in the horrific attack on the MOVE house in 1985, can’t bring back Merle and Phil Africa who died in prison under […]

On visiting George

Black August iz a few dayz. U know wha time it iz.. by Dr. Tolbert Small George Jackson was a legendary prisoner who was attempting to organize the Blacks, Latinos and poor whites under their common linkage as victims of an exploitative class system. At that time, he was incarcerated in the San Quentin Adjustment […]

Commemoration set for 45th Anniversary of Carl Hampton Assassination

The Police Assassination of Carl Hampton On July 26, 1970, Carl Bernard Hampton, one of Black America’s most articulate, courageous and heroic, young leaders was ruthlessly slain by the Houston Police Department’s Central Intelligence Division (CID). At the age of 21, Carl was a tireless organizer who worked day and night to establish People’s Party […]

Beyond Innocence: US Politikal Prisonerz n the Fight Against Mass Incarceration

by Dan Berger (Photo: Barbed Wire via Shutterstock) source: President Obama’s recent statements about mass incarceration, together with his decision to commute the sentences of 46 people serving lengthy and life sentences in federal prison on drug charges, treat “nonviolent drug offenders” as the symbolic figureheads of America’s prison problem. This framing seems to […]

Fight the Good Fight – NYC (August 8th & 16th, 2015)

Birthday Party for Dr. Mutulu Shakur at PEACE Health Center Saturday, August 8th 5-10pm 582 Halsey Street, Brooklyn A/C to Utica or J/Z to Gates; B26 or B46 buses Please join us for an evening of live jazz by the Donald Smith trio, plus a 70′s set by DJ Jah Medicine, and dancing in celebration […]

TalkingStickTV – Tavis Smiley – Death of a King

Assalaamu Alaikum (Greetings of Peace): Above is a youtube link to a truly thought-provoking Tavis Smiley speech. The overall theme of his address, on the last tumultuous year in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was something that I was already aware of. Some of the details that he provided, however, were new to me…and affected […]

Robert Seth Hayes Medical Justice Campaign

PLEASE POST AND SPREAD WIDELY WE MUST KEEP THE PRESSURE ON! As previously noted, Seth Hayes finally began to receive medical intervention for both his Hepatitis C and poorly-managed diabetes roughly a month ago. This development is no doubt thanks to many people who made calls on his behalf. Unfortunately, Seth is still suffering from […]


Respekt to all sistas in the struggle.    COMMUNITY AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT  “Active Grassroots Community Organizing Through True Skool Hip Hop Culture”   ALL ZULU NATION  MALIKAS & QUEENS ARE ENCOURAGED TO RSVP & ATTEND THIS “FREE” SISTORIC BRONX EVENT! WOMEN OF THE YOUNG LORDS PARTY: “THE REVOLUTION WITHIN THE REVOLUTION” Photo credit: Michael Abramson, Untitled (Iris […]