Iz there a balm in Gilead?

by Mumia Abu-Jamal The great Black activist and artist Paul Robeson in 1958, in Carnegie Hall, sang the gospel song, “Balm in Gilead”: “♪There is a balm in Gilead, ♪To make the wounded whooole♪ ….” His full, magnificent baritone filled the hall with wonder. Hepatitis C is a liver infection (inflammation), which can, if untreated, […]

Protestz demand hep C cure for Mumia and Pa. prisonerz

by  Betsey Piette Family, friends and supporters of political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal took to the streets of Philadelphia in actions on April 22 and April 23 to raise awareness of the dangerous impact of untreated hepatitis C on Abu-Jamal and thousands of others across Pennsylvania. The weekend wrapped up with a celebration of Abu-Jamal’s 62nd birthday […]

Two to One

Crime and punishment questions still surround 1970 killing that sent Omaha Two to life in prison BY LEO ADAM BIGA When Mondo we Langa died at age 68 in the Nebraska State Penitentiary last month, he’d served 45 years for a crime he always maintained he did not commit. The former David Rice, a poet […]

#Dr Mutulu Shakur iz Welcome Here

  “When Activism is Your Crime”:  http://freedomarchives.org/Documents/Finder/DOC513_scans/Mutulu_Shakur/513.Mutulu.Shakur.When.Activism.is.your.Crime.pdf   The video of “Worldwide” featuring Zayd Malik and King Malach, a song honoring the work and legacy of Dr. Mutulu Shakur, has officially dropped! We made history with this video.Directed by Artemus Jenkins and shot in front of the federal penitentiary in Atlanta where Mutulu spent 15 […]

A Tribute to Dr. Mutulu Shakur from Behind the Wall

By J. Jondhi Harrell (Kwame Tata Nganga Mbangala) in 2004 It is difficult to sit down and in a few words describe the impact that Dr. Mutulu Shakur (right) has on the lives of those around him. The many adjectives which I could use would be insufficient. Perhaps it would be best to simply try […]

Hugo Pinell’z daughter Allegra invitez you to join in honoring her father on April 23

by The People’s Minister of Information JR Valrey On Aug. 12, 2015, within the walls of New Folsom Prison, freedom fighter and political prisoner Hugo “Yogi” Pinell of the San Quentin 6 was assassinated on the prison yard by members of the Aryan Brotherhood, with the assistance of the guards. Seven months later, the community […]


Book Party forEscaping the Prism: Fade to Blackby Political Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim Friday, April 29, 2016 @ 7 p.m.Freedom Hall113 West 128th Street, Harlem Keynote Speaker: Francisco “Cisco” TorresJalil’s Co-Defendant Readings by former BPP/BLAPolitical Prisoner Tarik Haskins Others to be announced “… despite his lifelong sacrifice as a political prisoner and prisoner of war, this […]

Chairman Fred Hampton – On The Importance Of Education Prior To Action

Hampton founded the Chicago chapter of the Black Panther Party in November 1968 where he immediately established a community service program. This included the provision of free breakfasts for schoolchildren and a medical clinic that did not charge patients for treatment. Hampton also taught political education classes and instigated a community control of police. In […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“You have to understand that people have to pay the price for peace. If you dare to struggle, you dare to win. If you dare not struggle, then you don’t deserve to win. Let me say ‘Peace’ to you, if you’re willing to fight for it.  Chairman Fred Hampton Sr.


  http://www.freehermanbell.org/For-Palestine.html This is a new blog by longtime Political Prisoner, Herman Bell published in a pamphlet of US political prisoner writings for a recent delegation to Palestine.   To the Palestinian people – Greetings and solidarity! You don’t fight alone! I have followed, supported, and I continue to follow and support your heroic struggle […]