Revolutionary Daily Thought

The Korean family would like to thank  black women for taking the money they could use to send their kids to the best colleges and spending it on fake hair so we can send ours! Your insecurity and lack of racial pride has made us rich. You go girl

Stand firm collectively and denounce the actionz that caused the death of Hugo ‘Yogi’ Pinell

by Akintunde Oding Jamaa (Kelvin Cannon) I realize that perhaps hundreds or thousands of prisoners throughout Amerika’s prison industrial complex are writing you, expressing a range of emotions, outrage, sadness and disbelief regarding our tragic loss of a genuine revolutionary giant, Hugo L.A. (Yogi) Pinell, who was reportedly – according to local and national news […]

Brother Hugo Pinell: The tragic loss of a true servant

by Taharka Omowale When I received the sad and shocking news about our loss of Brother Hugo Pinell, aka Yogi Bear and Dahariki, I must say it felt like a big blow to my gut. In losing our Brother Hugo Pinell, I lost not only a brother, but a comrade, hero, motivator and educator. Brother […]

Black August: Resist!

Gabriel Gonzalez From The Burning Spear issue Aug 2006 Source: Look for me in the whirlwind or the storm, look for me all around you for… I shall come and bring with me countless millions of black slaves who have died in America and the West Indies and the millions in Africa to aid […]

Huey P. Newton: The Canada Connection

Norman Otis Richmond, aka Jalali Published Aug 25, 2015 A commentary By Norman (Otis) Richmond aka Jalali TORONTO, CANADA–Huey P. Newton was murdered 26 years ago in Oakland, California during the month of August. Because Black freedom fighters like George and Jonathan Jackson, Khatari Gaulden and others lost their lives during this month, revolutionaries inside […]


August 7, 2015 Black August — Hiroshima – 70 years later and the bomb still burns –Well hi folks.  I thought I’d send a little thought out about nuclear bombs, past and present; about Black Lives Matter, past and ongoing, about the  horror of it all as we  remember  the crimes of u.s. imperialism.  From […]

“Negro” by Langston Hughez

I am a Negro: Black as the night is black, Black like the depths of my Africa. I’ve been a slave: Caesar told me to keep his door-steps clean. I brushed the boots of Washington. I’ve been a worker: Under my hand the pyramids arose. I made mortar for the Woolworth Building. I’ve been a […]