SUNDAY, BLACK AUGUST 7th BKLYN. EVENT FOR THE ANGOLA

 SUNDAY, BLACK AUGUST 7th: BKLYN. EVENT ! BROOKLYN WELCOMES THE ANGOLA 3 A Community BBQ & Cultural Celebration With Former Black Panther Political Prisoners Albert Woodfox & Robert King    On Sunday, August 7, 2016 in Brooklyn, New York  12:00 NOON – 12:00 MIDNIGHT @The Home Of “Emmy Award Winning Film Maker Lisa Russell” 125 Ryerson […]

Book Party with Robert King and Albert Woodfox!

Book partyMartin Luther King Jr. Labor Center 310 W 43rd St. NYC Monday, August 8, 2016, 6-9pm                 with robert king & albert woodfox                 Forty-four years ago, deep in rural Louisiana, three young black men were silenced for trying to expose continued segregation, systematic corruption, and horrific abuse in the biggest prison in the US, […]

THE “OFFICIAL” BLACK AUGUST SCHEDULE FOR THE FORMER ANGOLA 3 BLACK PANTHER PRISONERZ ALBERT WOODFOX & ROBERT KING

After nearly 43 years of being unjustly held in solitary confinement…. The awesome power of the people has once again secured the release of yet another Black Panther Party Black Freedom Fighter because our Brother Albert Woodfox, who was the last of the Angola 3 Political Prisoners, is finally free and back inside of the Black/New Afrikan community […]

Interview With Albert Woodfox – Standing Strong and Standing Free

  Just Stand: An Interview With Albert Woodfox (PHOTO: Albert enjoys a canoe ride in Austin, Texas.) Since Albert’s release on his birthday, February 19th, a few short months ago, he’s been really busy…  After nearly a month of visiting with family and friends in New Orleans sharing more birthday cake than he’s been able to […]

THE TRUE, TRAGIC TALE OF THE ANGOLA THREE

PANTHERS IN THE HOLE: ROBERT KING, ALBERT WOODFOX AND HERMAN WALLACE By Bruno and David Cénou The following is from Panthers in the Hole, by Bruno and David Cénou, a graphic history of the lives of Albert Woodfox, Robert Hillary King, and Herman Wallace, who unjustly spent decades in solitary confinement at Angola Penitentiary in Louisiana. Translated from the […]

Albert Woodfox speakz on being a politikal prisoner

BlockReportRadio.com interviews former Black Panther political prisoner Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3 about his case, his over four decades in isolation, his life as a Panther political prisoner and his release source: Albert Woodfox speaks on being a political prisoner

43 yearz in solitary: ‘There are moments I wish I was back there’

Albert Woodfox, who was America’s longest-standing solitary confinement prisoner up until his release in February, describes what it feels like to be free Ed Pilkington Before walking out of jail a free man in February, Albert Woodfox spent 43 years almost without pause in an isolation cell, becoming the longest standing solitary confinement prisoner in […]

Ex-Black Panther Member Albert Woodfox Pursuing Legal Action Over hiz “cruel” Solitary Confinement

Former member of Black Panther is filing a civil lawsuit regarding his solitary confinement for over four decades after his released last month. The pending lawsuit states that his long term solitary confinement was inhuman and unusual.    According to the Guardian, Albert Woodfox, who finally walks out from the prison after his long standing […]

Former Black Panther granted trial to contest 22 yearz in solitary confinement

Renée Feltz   After more than four decades behind bars, a former Black Panther has won a major breakthrough in challenging his long-term solitary confinement. The development comes after another former Black Panther, Albert Woodfox, was freed last month after he was held for a record 43 years in isolation at Louisiana’s state penitentiary. Woodfox’s […]

WHITEWASHING THE CRIMEZ OF RACIAL REVOLUTIONARIEZ

The media’s timid treatment of the Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter. by  John Perazzo After spending the past 43 years in solitary confinement in the Louisiana State Penitentiary, 69-year-old Albert Woodfox, a former Black Panther, was recently set free as part of a plea deal with state prosecutors. Exhibiting not a shred of remorse […]