Albert Woodfox: “I choose to use my anger az a meanz for changing thingz”

by Rowan Moore “Everybody has fear,” says Albert Woodfox. “Fear is the soul telling the body that it’s in danger. Some people overcome that fear. I overcame it by having a cause. That’s what the party told me: always be honourable, always serve the people.” Woodfox, now a grizzled 69-year-old, has had more reasons to […]

Black Catz Have Many Livez: Reviving the Panther Vanguard and Building the United Panther Movement

  As convention would have it, the Black Panther Party (BPP) – founded in October 1966 by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale – ceased to exist in 1982.1  Not so. Although the last of its major community service programs and newspaper, The Black Panther, closed down in 1982, the Party’s politics, goals, and identity […]


PANTHERS IN THE HOLE: ROBERT KING, ALBERT WOODFOX AND HERMAN WALLACE By Bruno and David Cénou The following is from Panthers in the Hole, by Bruno and David Cénou, a graphic history of the lives of Albert Woodfox, Robert Hillary King, and Herman Wallace, who unjustly spent decades in solitary confinement at Angola Penitentiary in Louisiana. Translated from the […]

The NYPD’z Recordz of Itz Own Misbehavior Have Mysteriously Vanished

by  NICK PINTO The Young Lords Michael Abramson Just as lawyers for New York City are preparing for a hearing in federal court to close the books on lawsuits over the New York Police Department’s secret and illegal surveillance of Muslims, a lesser-known lawsuit that concluded Monday reveals that the police department’s records of its own […]

The NRA And The Black Pantherz: The Sordid History Of Gun Lawz

Until about 50 years ago, open carry laws were standard in every state — that is, until the Black Panthers challenged the NRA’s view of the Second Amendment. The gun control debate is a hot-button issue with the presidential debate fast approaching, as well as the regular occurrence of mass shootings in the U.S., yet […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “The reason the government keeps old Black Panthers in prison is not because they fear they will engage in violence, and neither is it just to punish them; but rather, they fear their effects upon the youth who are seeking leadership and will fight.” ~ Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin

Kasama book club continuez: Learning from the Pantherz

by For the month of March and April the national Kasama Book Club studied the book “Black Against Empire” by Joshua Bloom and Waldo E. Martin. Below are the thoughts of Ryan, who is involved in a local Kasama book club in NYC. We encourage people wherever they are to read with us and […]

Politikal Prisoner Radio: Alert! Prisoner health crisis for several politikal prisonerz

Download Podcast Tune in to Political Prisoner Radio for some of the latest in political prisoner and prisoner of war news in the United States. Featured speakers and commentary. Tonight we will be speaking with Mrs. Sheila Hayes, wife of political prisoner Robert “Seth” Hayes. Robert Seth Hayes has been a political prisoner held by the New York […]

Nu-Afrikan Prisonerz Retaliated Against by Institutional Gang Investigatorz (IGI)

by a California prisoner Here at a torture unit known as the Corcoran Security Housing Unit (SHU), we New Afrikan freedom fighters and other entities are getting retaliated on by the fascist Institutional Gang Investigators (IGI). IGI and their cronies seem to think that attacking those who were hunger strikers and at the forefront of […]