Revolutionary Daily Thought

If a man should rob me of my money, I can forgive him; if a man should shoot at me, i can forgive him, if a man should sell me and all my family to a slave ship, so that we should pass all the rest of our livez in slavery in the West Indiez, […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“History teaches us no race, no people, no nation has ever been freed through cowardice, through cringing, through bowing and scraping, but all that has been achieved to the glory of mankind, to the glory and honour of races and nations was through the manly determination and effort of those who lead and those who […]

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 […]

BLACK AUGST

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 […]

Know Thy Enemy

by a Wisconsin prisoner July 2015 permalink With the growing calls and efforts to establish tangible peace and understanding amongst the litany of disparate “Lumpenos” that inhabit and coexist inside the many ghettos and over-bloated prison camps of the United $tates, and who suffer the same systematic cycles of inherent and inherited poverty, inequality, and […]

The Declaration of Dr. Kamau Kambon

“We Must Find A Final Solution To Stop The Ethnic Cleansing Of Black People”- Baba Kamau Kambon, The Declaration. When Baba Kamau Kambon’s impactful statements were made 10 years ago about finding the solution to the issue of global Black extermination live on C-SPAN, tremors were felt all over the world… and they still are. His words were made at a discussion at […]

Review of “Writing on the Wall”

By Jennifer Black Edited by Johanna Fernandez with an electrifying foreword by Cornel West, Writing on the Wall is Abu- Jamal’s 8th book.  Following in the tradition of Live from Death Row, it is destined to become another classic tome in the canon of Prison Literature and Mumia’s broad reaching political commentary produced from the bowels of the […]

The Civil War: Lessonz for today’z struggle

By Sam Marcy Below are excerpts from the book “The Klan and the Government: Foes or Allies?” written in 1983 by Sam Marcy, the founder of Workers World Party. The entire book can be read online at workers.org. In the Civil War in the U.S., the bourgeois democratic revolution was aborted. It did result in […]

Manifesto on rebuilding New Afrikan people, familiez and communitiez

by Mutope Duguma If we are to survive in the 21st century, we’ve got to get back to who and what we were, not what each of us is destined to be individually. Because in the 21st century, people are moving forward collectively throughout the world. It is the only way we are going to […]