Revolutionary Daily Thought

It’z personal because your actionz against the oppressed were calculating, premeditated and strategically targeting Nu- Afrikanz and other oppressed, poor citizenz of thiz nation. Not only did you wickedly abuse the trust of the people who believed in you, but you demonstrated what hatred lookz like in policy. –  Mutope Duguma

THE EUROCENTRIK CONCEPTZ OF “LATINO & HISPANIK” ARE RACIST AND ANTI-INDIGENOUZ

THE EUROCENTRIC CONCEPTS OF “LATINO & HISPANIC” ARE RACIST AND ANTI-INDIGENOUS Zulu Nation FACTOLOGY THE CONCEPT OF LATINO IS RACIST Remember that there is no such thing as a “Latin” nation, race, or ethnic group—there is only the racist colonial term of “Latin America” (“Latino” just means Latin in Spanish) which refers to the colonialists […]

Amend 13!

by Keith “Malik” Washington, deputy chairman, New Afrikan Black Panther Party, Prison Chapter, Texas Region and Cerdell “Yasin” Bennett, cofounder, On Da Verg This is a public notice to all freedom fighters, activists and community leaders: SLAVERY IS NOT DEAD! Did the 13th Amendment abolish slavery? Ask anyone in the United States this question and […]

NEW MUSIC: OAKLAND-BASED ROCK-N-SOUL/BLUEZ ARTIST FANTASTIK NEGRITO TEASEZ FORTHCOMING DEBUT LP WITH EXUBERANT SINGLE ‘HUMP THRU THE WINTER’

Check out new track ‘Hump Thru the Winter’ by eclectic soul musician Fantastic Negrito. Fantastic Negrito, aka singer/songwriter Xavier Dphrepaulezz, produces an intense re-imagining of classic soul music that’s both exuberant and fresh. In this newest release, Fantastic Negrito brings authentic heat that really only reminds you of the greatest rock-n-soul artists of the mid-20th century. […]

Inmate Art: Kevin Cooper

 It’s a Generation Thing in America is about the different generations of black men that have been in prison. Here in San Quentin, you have a father and a son and a grandson, all in prison at the same time. We went from slavery to slavery by another name: prison labor. The little guy in the front, […]

Exposing toxic work conditionz inside Texas Prisonz

by Keith “Malik” Washington and David “Chino” Martinez “Our current form of capitalism has no concept of right and wrong. It only recognizes what is profitable and what you can get away with. And when you have the government, the media, the military and the police on your payroll, you can get away with pretty […]

Mississippi Black Codez

1865  The status of Blacks was the focal problem of Reconstruction. Slavery had been abolished by the Thirteenth Amendment, but the white people of the South were determined to keep the Black population in “their place,” socially, politically, and economically. This was done by means of the notorious “Black Codes,” passed by several of the […]

TIME TO UNRAVEL AN AMERICAN TRADITION: THE PATTERN OF BLACK VOTER DISENFRANCHISEMENT THROUGHOUT OUR HISTORY

We know that the Supreme Court gutting the Voting Rights Act in 2010 has led to voter suppression if not downright disenfranchisement of people of color. But this is only the latest round of a repeating pattern of Supreme Court rulings and legislative action to disenfranchise people of color. The latest attempts to deprive black […]

Fifty one yearz ago today, Don Pedro Albizu Campos died in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Fifty one years ago, Don Pedro Albizu Campos died in San Juan. The US and Gov. Luis Muñoz Marín had broken his body, but not his spirit. Half a century later, all of Don Pedro’s warnings have come true. Puerto Rico is bankrupt and the US is sending a “Financial Control Board” to control and […]

Stop retaliation against Texas prisoner population

As of Monday, April 18th, prisoners in Texas have been on rolling labor strikes for two weeks. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) is retaliating by locking the prisons down and depriving prisoners of even the standard abysmal human necessities they are forced to provide. Retaliation against people who refuse to work for free […]