Big Brutha Komrade Sundiata Acoli Denied Parole Again

By NICK RUMMELL TRENTON, N.J. (CN) – Convicted cop killer Sundiata Acoli was denied parole Tuesday by the New Jersey Supreme Court, which found that he never went before the full parole board as required by law. The state high court’s decision reversed a previous ruling by the New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division, which […]

Love and lessonz in memory of Komrade Hugo ‘Yogi Bear’ Pinell

by Kevin Rashid Johnson Comrade Hugo “Yogi Bear” Pinell was murdered on Aug. 12, 201, at California’s New Folsom State Prison. He was a veteran and much loved leader of the Prison Movement against oppressive prison and social conditions. On behalf of the New African Black Panther Party‑Prison Chapter (NABPP-PC), I would like to share […]

Portland, OR March 10 — Fade to Black: Politikal Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim Book Release & Fundraiser

WHEN: Thursday March 10th 2016, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. WHERE: Social Justice Action Center, 400 SE 12th Portland Oregon $5-10 sliding scale donation @ door! All ages and open to the public! Facebook: Join us for another amazing political education/fundraising community event. The event will help to promote the recent book release of Jalil Muntaqim. Jalil is a Political […]


By Robert J. Boyle  Introduction  The New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (PBA), among others, have called for an anti-Beyoncérally in response to her Super Bowl performance. During it, she and her back-up dancers performed a songand moves that have been labelled as glorifying the Black Panther Party. In its literature the PBA has postedpictures […]


Revolutionary hero Alprentice “Bunchy” Carter was the leader of the Los Angeles chapter of the Black Panther Party until his death, which was instigated, promoted, and possibly even carried out by the FBI in 1969.  Born in 1942, Carter had been exposed to crime early in life. He was the leader of a street gang […]


Angela Yvonne Davis was born January 26, 1944, in Birmingham, Alabama. She spent her childhood years in the turbulent “Dynamite Hill” area, which, true to its nickname, was marred by white supremacist terrorist attacks on black residents. She grew up surrounded by revolutionary activists, as her mother worked with a civil rights organization that was […]

A Minimal Demand: Roll Back Incarceration to 1970 Levelz

  by BAR executive editor Glen Ford Prison populations have increased more than seven-fold since 1970, when the mass Black incarceration regime was set in motion. If incarceration was rolled back to 1970 levels, 86 percent of current prisoners would be released. Let’s demand it be done – NOW! “Demands are not formulated to woo […]

Support political prisoner Zolo Azania

  “It is the weak who are cruel. Gentleness can only be expected from the strong.”                                                                         — Leo Roskin   To: All Concerned for Human Rights in all Human Sights               This is an open letter requesting your help to garner support for my plight.  i am currently serving a fourteen (14) year […]

Angela Davis, Still Agitating for Freedom

by RON JACOBS In the decades prior to the civil war in the United States the movement to abolish slavery grew more and more popular. Historically known as the abolitionist movement, there were numerous writers in its ranks. Some of the most powerful, radical and clearest writing came from black writers like Frederick Douglass. The […]

Remembering Hugo “Yogi” Pinell

Why Hugo “Yogi” Pinell Will Be Remembered By Russell Maroon Shoatz Copyright 2015 © Pampata Hero Unbroken Giant Outstanding Young-at-heart Openhearted Genuine Inspired Powerful Implacable New man Egalitarian Long-standing Loving Exceptionally Well Done!