Commemoration set for 45th Anniversary of Carl Hampton Assassination

The Police Assassination of Carl Hampton On July 26, 1970, Carl Bernard Hampton, one of Black America’s most articulate, courageous and heroic, young leaders was ruthlessly slain by the Houston Police Department’s Central Intelligence Division (CID). At the age of 21, Carl was a tireless organizer who worked day and night to establish People’s Party […]

Not Oz, Not Orange, Not Shawshank Either: The Real History (our story) of Black Radicalism and the Prison Abolitionist Movement

Author Dan Berger discusses his latest book, Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era source: http://imixwhatilike.org/2015/07/06/danbergercaptivenation/

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 […]

Politkal Prisoner Update:Robert ‘Seth’ Hayez & Abdul Majid

The attempted murder by medical negligence of our komrade Mumia Abu-Jamal. Amerikan gulagz are nothing more than institutionz of white supremacy and racism at it’z best, u can best believe that nothing haz changed since the inception of thiz country. Politikal Prisoner/Prisoner of War Robert ‘Seth’ Hayes waz involved in a shoot-out with police back in1973. […]

‘A Taste of Power': The Woman Who Led The Black Panther Party (BPP)

Elaine Brown was the first and only woman to lead the male-dominated Black Panther Party. She looks back on Jean Seberg, COINTELPRO, and internal divisions within the organization. Photo: Platon Elaine Brown | A Taste of Power, Pantheon | 1992 | 30 minutes (7,440 words) Elaine Brown is an American prison activist, writer, lecturer and singer. In 1968, she joined the […]

Garfield High School’z Black Student Union keepz legacy of activism strong

In April 1967, civil rights activist Stokely Carmicheal spoke to a crowd of 6,500 people at Seattle’s Garfield High School about Black Power, which he defined as the “coming together of black people to fight for their liberation by any means necessary.” In the audience, were students Elmer and Aaron Dixon, who would later on […]

Self Determination Iz The Key To Our Struggle

“When African people in America talk about nationalism, we are often charged with being racists or anti-white. However, the historical record demonstrates clearly that nationalism has been the primary method by which every national/ethnic group has achieved and maintains power.” In order for the African Community in America to continue our fight for self-determination and […]

AMAZING PIECE BY HUEY NEWTON REFLECTING ON RIOTZ AND GUERILLA WARFARE

  The Correct Handling of a Revolution July 20, 1967 [The Writings of Huey P Newton] The Black masses are handling the resistance incorrectly. When the brothers in East Oakland, having learned their resistance fighting from Watts, amassed the people in the streets, threw bricks and Molotov cocktails to destroy property and create disruption, they […]

first annual MALCOLM X FILM FESTIVAL – organised by the Malcolm X Movement

  the first annual  MALCOLM X FILM FESTIVAL Organised by the Malcolm X Movement FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE CIVIL RIGHTS & BLACK POWER  |  GLOBAL UNITY & INTERNATIONALISM  |  LEGACY, CONTINUITIES & CHALLENGES speakers include*: ILYASAH SHABAZZ (writer and daughter of Malcolm X) LEILA KHALED (PFLP / PLO) BERNADETTE McALISKEY Dr MOUSSA IBRAHIM (Libyan Resistance) GERRY […]