Gov. Jerry Brown, AG Kamala Harris and CDCr officialz, you have the power to stop torture in California prisonz

by Prisoner Human Rights Movement Local Council Open letter to senior officials at CDCr headquarters: We are sharing our express concerns as the CCI Prisoner Human Rights Movement Local Council – Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa (Dewberry), Danny Troxell, Antonio Villagrana and George Ruiz – concerning the non-functional operation of Steps 1 through 4 and how we […]

From Mother Afrika To NYC: Hip Hop Culture Across The Middle Passage

Saturday, April 11th, 7:00pm The Universal Zulu Nation and A New Black Arts Movement Present From Mother Afrika To NYC: Hip Hop Culture Across The Middle Passage Reception (with Food) 7:30pm Mama C. Urban Warrior in the African Bush Joanne Hershfield, 2012, 54 min. The film explores Charlotte O’Neal’s, aka Mama C’s, decade’s long project […]

We Cannot Live by Bread Alone: Texas Abusez Prisonerz with Denied Food and Bread and Water Dietz

Food is routinely used by US prison officials to summarily punish, torture, abuse and retaliate against prisoners. This happens with especial frequency in administrative segregation (solitary confinement) where prisoners are confined inside locked cells all day every day, and must have all meals delivered by guards. Under such circumstances we remain at guards’ total mercy […]

Cuba spurned FBI bid to swap Assata Shakur for Cuban Five

BY MAGGIE TROWE Former FBI Director Louis Freeh recently revealed that the agency tried unsuccessfully in 1998 to swap some or all of the Cuban Five for Assata Shakur, a former Black Panther who was granted political asylum in Cuba in 1984. In two interviews with the North Bergen, New Jersey, Record, Freeh demanded Cuba […]

Black Livez Matter: The Evolution of A Movement

by Alisa Robinson At least 778 Black Lives Matter demonstrations have been held worldwide, according to a record being kept at Elephrame.com. How did all of this start? Three names come to mind: Patrisse Cullors, Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Cullors planted the seed from which the movement grew in July 2013, after she re-posted a […]

Corporationz Involved in Profiting off Prison Labour. Prison for Profit Dirty Secretz

Prison labor — with no union protection, overtime pay, vacation days, pensions, benefits, health and safety protection, or Social Security withholding — also makes complex components for McDonnell Douglas/Boeing’s F-15 fighter aircraft, the General Dynamics/Lockheed Martin F-16, and Bell/Textron’s Cobra helicopter. Prison labor produces night-vision goggles, body armor, camouflage uniforms, radio and communication devices, and […]

Prospect – Colorblind ( Don’t Shoot )

(Colorblind) Download Song: https://www.soundcloud.com/yaladyspro… Instagram & Twitter: Yaladysprospect Prospect Raps About & Voices His feelings on America, Black Community, and Black Empowerment. Believes that Gun Violence Needs to Stop. Police Brutality should be rectified, and more Love should be distributed rather than Hatred. Inspired by 2014 Injustice of Crimes, Police Brutality, and Every day Murders […]

New Blog from Politikal Prisoner Jalil Muntqim: Blog #33: Future Focus

In seven years, by 2023, the U.S. will be 40 percent minority, and 50 percent of the entire population will be under 40 years old. These are the demographics that cannot be ignored as progressives move forward building opposition to institutional racism and plutocratic governing. In my thinking, it is incumbent on today’s activists to […]

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