Jalil Muntaqim’s “Escaping the Prism … Fade to Black” now out!

ESCAPING THE PRISM FADE TO BLACK Poetry and Essays by Jalil Muntaqim Introduction by Walidah Imarisha + “The Other Kind” by Ward Churchill Jalil Muntaqim is a former member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army. For over forty years, Jalil has been a political prisoner, and one of the New York […]

Most Of The Radical Ideaz The Black Pantherz Had Are Now Totally Mainstream

by  CARIMAH TOWN CREDIT: ASSOCIATED PRESS Members of the Black Panther Party (BPP) surround co-founder Huey P. Newton For decades since their inception in the 1960s, members of the liberation group known as the Black Panthers were labeled thugs and hateful extremists who set out to ruin the U.S. They were considered the antithesis to Martin […]


by a Virginia prisoner September 2015 permalink Yes we say “Liberation” So you can know the level of the Brotha you facing Breaking de chains of colonial domination Enlightening the minds of my New Afrikan nation My revolutionary violence blow ya brains out Warring with parasites and mice COINTELPRO flow i think twice before i […]


“Unleashing the Dragons: Black August Los Angeles Program in Honor of George Jackson”   “This program will provide a glimpse into the Los Angeles roots of the Che-Lumumba Club and the Soledad Brothers Defense Committee and some of the unknown workers of that committee.” “It will also look at the phenomenon of “transforming the criminal […]

Black Panther cub on new era of civil action

What I remember most viscerally is the fear. It had been almost four hours, and I couldn’t get the handcuffs off. The lights in the underground subway station were flickering, and I had an almost phobic fear of the dark. The white cop who had cuffed me to the gate inside the subway station was […]

A Tribute to Black Liberation: From Assata to Fanon w Dhoruba bin-Wahad and Frank Wilderson

Dhoruba bin-Wahad and Dr. Frank Wilderson joined us for this extended discussion of and tribute to Assata Shakur (July 16, 1947 -), Frantz Fanon (20 July 1925 – 6 December 1961) and the liberation struggle they remain integral to. 1. “A Tribute to Assata Shakur and Frantz Fanon p.1” — imixwhatilike.org 45:01 2. “A Tribute […]

Building Bridgez: How Slavery Still Shapez Contemporary Policing Policiez & Practicez

Building Bridges & Housing Notebook Special with Mimi Rosenberg, Ken Nash, Scott Sommer Mon., July 27, 7 – 10 pm EST streaming @ http://www.wbai.org/playernew.html smartphone streaming @ http://stream.wbai.org Listen live on any phone 1-712-832-2645 & to listen, or download archived shows & podcasts, http://www.wbai.org/server-archive.html ***************************** A Three Hour Building Bridges-Housing Notebook Special American Apartheid: How […]

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement in Solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem

The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement stands in full solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem (NBT). We support their self-determination to use their historic space to bring Black people together rather than promote division and disunity among us. This is a critical tradition to uphold, especially in this historical moment when ALL Black lives […]

Tacticz of the Watchdogz

by an Ohio prisoner    permalink On the morning of 30 March 2015 I was called once again to the security threat group (STG) coordinator’s office. When I arrived, there were already five brothers waiting so I asked one of them what was going on. The komrade explained that the STG coordinator was profiling dudes […]

Writing on the Wall: Selected Prison Writingsz of Mumia Abu-Jamal

  Mumia Abu-Jamal’s essential perspectives on black experience, race relations, freedom, justice, social change, and the future of American society. “Revolutionary love, revolutionary memory and revolutionary analysis are at work in every page written by Mumia Abu-Jamal … His writings are a wake-up call. He is a voice from our prophetic tradition, speaking to us […]