The Present Day Fight For Black Liberation In Amerika

  By Bashir Akinyele “Too Black, Too Strong” -Malcolm X (the first and former National Spokesman for the Honorable Elijah Muhammad) “I won’t let history write out the legacy of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad” -The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan (the Spokesman for the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Nation of Islam) “We must put […]

Elementary Genocide 3: Academic Holocaust

World renowned journalist, and award-winning filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz presents the third installment of his docu-series Elementary Genocide: Academic Holocaust. The first two documentaries in the series; The School To Prison Pipeline and Elementary Genocide 2: The Board Of Education vs. The Board of Incarceration received critical acclaim and launched Shabazz as a political pundit and academic ambassador for the African […]

The bravery of the Soledad Brothers, jailed black activists charged with murder of white prison guard

-photo-freedomarchives- On January 16, 1970, three inmates in California’s Soledad Prison, Fleeta Drumago, George Jackson and John Clutchette, were charged with the murder of a white prison guard, John Vincent Mills and became known as the Soledad Brothers. Prior to their joint charges, the Soledad brothers had spent time in prison on separate charges of burglary […]

I Ain’t Lying: Mississippi Folktales

1975 documentary based on fieldwork William Ferris conducted with African American storytellers and bluesmen in the communities of Leland and Rose Hill, Mississippi. The stories include include folk and religious tales, jokes, toast telling sessions, and characters from African American oral tradition. Other films about Mississippi by Bill Ferris are on http://www.folkstreams.net. License Standard YouTube […]

The Black Panther Party’z Contributionz To Seattle

By Aaron Allen The Seattle Medium In April of 2018, members of the Black Panther Party (BPP) will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of its founding in Seattle. The chapter was significant because Seattle was the first city outside of California to establish a chapter of the Black Panther Party in 1968. The roots of the […]

JAMES BALDWIN ASKZ YOU “WHO IZ THE N*GGER?

James Baldwin in the spring of 1963, as he’s driven around San Francisco to meet with members of the local African-American community. Baldwin reflects on the racial inequality that African-Americans are forced to confront and at one point tries to lift the morale of a young man by expressing his conviction that: “There will be […]

URGENT: Counter Pat Lynch’z Racist PBA Letter Campaign To Deny Parole For Black Panther Politikal Prisoner Abdul Majid

  Pig  vs Panther            “Racist” Patrolman Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch  &   “Framed” Black Panther Political Prisoner Abdul Majid  Please take a moment read Abdullah’s case history (see below) and to then write a letter of support for his upcoming parole hearing on January, 15, 2015. All letters should be addressed […]