My Vision for Afrika/Afrikanz

First and foremost to PURGE our minds, hearts, bodies and souls of white supremacy because all of thee a fore mentioned are iINFESTED with ‘it’. 2) For conscious Afrikans to begin to campaign aggressively for perpetual access to the masses of our youth. 3)The tearing down of ALL european constructed walls in the midst of […]

Where iz your voice, Mr. President?

  Wiki Akyaaba Addai-Sebo Where is the Pan-African spirit? The absence of African solidarity with African Americans who are being killed in US cities by state security forces driven by white supremacy is deeply saddening. From all over Africa, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia, Black people must rise up to condemn the killing of our […]

We Who Like It Hot Call It ‘Black August’ (The 2016 Update) – ‘bro. zayid’

It is the month when our oppressors have nothing to celebrate. It is the month where the nature of our oppression and the boldest expressions of our resistance to that oppression have been made most plain. We who like it hot call it ‘Black August’… As a concept of resistance, Black August has its beginnings […]

After the Black Pantherz: moving forward

U.S. prison conditions, solitary confinement, post-prisoners rights movement of the ’60s and ’70s, and the absence of the Black Panther Party vanguard. Sehu Kessa Saa Tabansi SCI Greene, Waynesburg, PA Power to the People! We need prisoners’ empowerment! We need participation in the broader movement fighting U.S. imperialism. This here blog post is intended to […]

We Need to Talk About All Aspectz of Racism

by Tom Watts We need to talk about all kinds of racism and about racism in general, because it is all reactionary and all serves to perpetuate inequality and class exploitation. If we are serious about ending racism, we have got to understand it, where it comes from, who it serves and how it works, […]

Endangered Speciez: The Lynching of the Black and Brown Youth (by Kelvin Khaysi Canada, NABPP-PC, 2016)

“If you can’t believe what they are doing to us today. You have no idea of what they did to us yesterday.”   – Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. There is an old proverb that states: “If you don’t learn from the past, you’ll make the same mistakes in the future.” So, we shouldn’t be so surprised […]

Black August Memorial: an interview with Kasim Gero, Patuxent Prison

On FLEA Days, Tupac Shakur, Baltimore, Kwanzaa, women-comrades and the revolutionary experience of Black August by Emilia A. Ottoo Kasim O. Gero is currently housed as an inmate at the Patuxent Institution in Jessup, Maryland. The unedited answers to these questions are his added consent to this interview and dissemination of information in alignment with […]

Blackz & the 4 of ju-lie

Why do we celebrate the 4th of July? Yes, we are celebrating AN independence but is it YOUR independence. For many of us it is simply tradition, but in re-learning and “shaking off indoctrinations” it may be time to SHAKE THIS HOLIDAY LOOSE. That’s right. Let it go. Don’t fight it……just let it go. It […]

The Black August Slave Rebellion: Every slave haz a right to rebel

by Nate Butler The Black August Rebellion is a month that the California state prisoners fast. They fast in the month of August to pay homage to the fallen comrades. The Black August Rebellion didn’t start with Brothers Ruchell Magee, Jonathan Jackson or George Jackson. The movement started on the shores of Africa with our […]

Revisiting “The weapon of theory” (the weapon of theory) of Cabral

Ndangwa Noyoo Reiterating the thought of Cabral, it is certain that the theory and revolutionary practice can be clearly discerned. What interests us is how, at present, the revolutionary theory can promote the cause of national development and prosperity of the people. INTRODUCTION This article traces the thesis of the Weapon of theory (the weapon […]