We’re Talking: Mumia’s New Path 2 Freedom

(((BREAKING NEWS))) TO MY FELLOW SOCIAL JUSTICE ORGANIZERS, ACTIVISTS, ADVOCATES, MEDIA FRIENDS, PEOPLE WHO GIVE A DAMN, and THOSE WHO NEED EXAMPLES OF VICTORIES. Please Share This Event (1/12/19) Even If You Can’t Attend. This Just In from The Campaign To Bring Mumia Home: “A Special Report Back in the Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal” On Saturday, […]

The Missing Malcolm X

Our understanding of Malcolm X is inextricably linked to his autobiography, but newly discovered materials force us to reexamine his legacy.  byGARRETT FELBER Image: Marion S. Trikosko/Wikimedia Commons More than fifty years after his death, Malcolm X remains a polarizing and misunderstood figure. Not unlike the leader he is too often contrasted with—Martin Luther King, Jr.—he has […]

Action Alert – PA Parole Board Must Grant Janet and Janine Africa Parole

Take action Monday, June 25th – Wednesday, June 27th Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole: 717-787-5699 Send Email message: ra-pbppopc@pa.gov On Saturday, June 16, MOVE member Debbie Africa was released on parole from State Correctional Institution (SCI) Cambridge Springs after 39 years and 10 months of incarceration. Fellow MOVE members Janet and Janine Africa, however, were […]

Race War Official Trailer #2

Since the election of Donald Trump to President, people have been asking “Is it racism?” We are the first film in history that dares to ask “Is it a race war?” And are Black people the targets. From the creators of the historic films 7AM and Gentrified comes the first documentary in history that speaks […]

Know Your Rights: When the FBI Knocks

Despite the FBI’s grotesque history of racial profiling and targeting, harassing, and criminalizing the civil rights movement, the agency is charged with upholding civil rights laws. The FBI is now investigating the car attack against anti-racist activists in Charlottesville, VA, and has been reaching out to counterprotesters who were in Cville to conduct interviews. These […]

What Defines A Politikal Prisoner?

This definition of “political prisoner” is illuminating. It shows how the hundreds of thousands of activists jailed during the Civil Rights protests were actually political prisoners. And how there are so many political prisoners today in America/American-controlled territory (like Guantanamo). 30-40 years ago most political prisoners were black. Shockingly, many are still in prison, at […]

A House In Oakland

A tight-knit group of activists, filmmakers, and graffiti writers create shelters for the homeless in an innovative and reproducible way – direct action. For years, the Bay Area graffiti writer PEMEX and fellow writer NEKO of Madrid, have painted corporate billboards in their respective countries. After the latest upsurge in the Oakland homeless population, they wanted […]

Resistance buildz against social media ban in Texaz prisonz

by Kamala Kelkar When Texas correctional officials earlier this month saw an article by Kevin “Rashid” Johnson online that said they had gassed him and ransacked his cell in December, they punished him – again. In April, Texas became the latest to join a trend of states banning people in prisons, who do not have […]

Black Nationalism and Liberation

by GARRETT FELBER Nation of Islam counter-demonstration at NAACP rally in Harlem, 1961 / Photograph: NAACP collection, Library of Congress In a world where Donald Trump’s presidential nomination speech has been endorsed by a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan—yet Black Lives Matter activists are accused of reverse racism for asking to not be murdered […]

Iz Marxism Relevant? Some Usez and Misusez – by David Gilbert, political prisonerz

I’m sure David would love to communicate with people about ideaz in thiz long, new article he wrote.  by David Gilbert (1/16/2017) “Imperialism is piracy […] reorganized, consolidated and adapted to the aim of exploiting the natural and human resources of our peoples.” “[N]obody has yet made a successful revolution without a revolutionary theory.” – Amilcar Cabral[1] […]