Self Determination Iz The Key To Our Struggle

“When African people in America talk about nationalism, we are often charged with being racists or anti-white. However, the historical record demonstrates clearly that nationalism has been the primary method by which every national/ethnic group has achieved and maintains power.” In order for the African Community in America to continue our fight for self-determination and […]

Sekou On The U.S. Captured Politikal Prisonerz & Prisonerz of War….

“These are people who dedicate their lives to the transformation of this country, who put the benefit of their communities ahead of themselves, who belieed that transformation was not only possible, but was worth dying for to end brutality, racism, economic discrimination, imperialism, war.” – Sekou Odinga

Reviewing Black Nationalism

  “The Black Nationalist tradition has always been opposed to integrations, assimilation, and accommodation as a solution to the problems of people of African ancestry in America. In this regard, Black Nationalist tradition has rejected the strategy and tactics of appealing to the morality of white people and their white supremacy system.” One of the […]

Justice?

by a California prisoner January 2015 permalink Justice? What justice? There is no such thing as justice. Visit the jails and here’s what you’ll see. “Just us” occupying these modern day concentration camps. Justice? What justice? Inside the courtroom you think you’ll find justice? Absolutely not. You’ll find just-ice. What do we associate ice with? […]

Killing Kopz and Revolutionary Activism of the Lumpen

by Ehecatl of United Struggle from Within December 2014 permalink source: Reuters 2014 “The lumpen has no choice but to manifest its rebellion in the university of the streets. It’s very important to recognize that the streets belong to the lumpen, and that it is in the streets that lumpen will make their rebellion.” – […]

Yes, ISIS Burned a Man Alive: White Amerikanz Did the Same Thing to Black People by the Many Thousandsz

  by Chauncey DeVega? ISIS burned Muadh al Kasasbeh, a captured Jordian fighter pilot, to death. They doused him with an accelerant. His captors set him on fire. Muadh al Kasasbeh desperately tried to put out the flames. ISIS recorded Muadh al Kasasbeh’s immolation, produced a video designed to intimidate their enemies, and then circulated it online. ISIS’s burning alive of Muadh al […]

The Women Behind Black Livez Matter

Protesters march down 5th Avenue during the Millions March NYC on Dec. 13, 2014 in New York City ( via Don Emmert/AFP/ Getty Images). The ‘leaderless’ movement is being propelled by the efforts of women of color. BY Kendra Pierre-Louis What few realize, however, is that a movement often described as “‘leaderless,” and largely framed […]

Studying Our History Throughout The Year

by , Conrad W. Worrill, PhD “The Black Movement of the 1960s gave us an impetus to reexamine our history and its impact on this country and the world. This movement brought on renewed interest, on the part of our people, to study our history.” The African Centered Education Movement has brought a new meaning […]

Contemporary Capitalism Has Deep Rootz In Slavery & Racism: Americide

The most egregious example of “Americide” is our country’s treatment of African-Americans. It’s exhibited in the many profitable corporations—manufacturers, banks, insurance, railroad—that had their roots in slavery. Published: January 18, 2015 | Authors: Paul Buchheit | NationofChange | Op-Ed America is gradually, but unrelentingly, destroying part of itself. The facts to support this are well-documented, […]

The Cuban Opening And Strugglez For New Social Order – OpEd

A man walks past near an image of revolutionary hero Ernesto “Che” Guevara in Havana December 27, 2014. | Photo: Reuters By Pambazuka News By Horace G. Campbell* When the Cuban revolutionaries took power on 1 January, 1959, the political leaders of the United States were initially ambivalent towards the Castro leadership but after the […]