Revolutionary Daily Thought

I am against and will no longer tolerate the slaughter, exploitation and mass incarceration of Black people, poor people and people of colour. I oppose the poisoning of our air, our water, our food and our mindz – the very future of every person on thiz planet! The message being sent is that we have […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

A Black Oath A pledge of allrgiance for black people I pledge allegiance to my own black self-respect and to the respect of all other blackz (shadez of black) people on planet earth,all of whom are victimz of the system of racism (white supremacy) And, i pledge to use all of my life energy, intelligence […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“We are told, “if  you work hard, you’ll secceed”  – but if that were true, Black people would own thiz country. We are oppressed because we are Black – not because we are ignorant, not because we are lazy, not because we are stupid (and got good rhythem),But Because We Are Black!”   Kwame Ture […]

Why talk and not say shit

  by a California prisoner November 2015 permalink v1. The president participating, dys-educating my Black people The condition is missing for us to live equal Say we all the same but restrained for what we look like It don’t take a genius to see it don’t look right Obama just a puddle surrounded by pitfalls […]

What Can A White Education Teach Black People?

  “A sick mind produces sick solutions” – Dr Amos Wilson “What is Eurocentric education? What is an African-centered education? Eurocentric education is one centered around the past, present, and future of Europe and European people where ever they reside. Which considers European people’s culture and concerns to be of pre-eminent and of virtual exclusive […]

New Poem and Request from Jalil Muntaqim

  Here is a request from Jalil Muntaqim as we begin his parole campaign for his hearing in June 2016. Jalil would like people to contact Tavis Smiley and request that he interview Ward Churchill about Jalil’s book Escaping the Prism. and He would also like people to contact Amy Goodman and request […]

Black Pantherz and Black Livez Matter – parallelz and progrezz

Millions March Texas. Elizabeth Brossa/flickr, CC BY-NC-SA Comparing the 1960s and 1970s Black Panther Party and today’s Black Lives Matter movement reveals parallels and progress. Stanley Nelson’s recently released film The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution juxtaposes the party’s justice movement against the Black Lives Matter protest campaign. Conceived about 50 years apart, both […]


Stokely Carmichael was a well known civil rights activists who dedicated his whole entire life to the improving the conditions of Black people in this country.  He eventually changed his name to Kwame Ture. In this brief video, the great activist’s is giving an interview well after the civil rights era, on how and why conditions […]

The World of Sakanouye No Tamuramaro: Black Shogun of Early Japan

by RUNOKO RASHIDI In 1994 I was invited to Japan to lecture at two United States military bases. It was to be my initial trip to east Asia and my second travel experience in Asia overall. I visited India for the first time in 1987. Japan turned out to be an exceptionally important trip for me, […]