Malik Washington speakz: End Prison Slavery in Texaz!

From: Keith ‘Malik’ Washington – Spokespersyn for – End Prison Slavery in Texas! Peace and Blessings sisters and brothers! I hope this communication finds all of you doing well! Within the next few weeks many Free World Folks will be wondering why all these prisoners are refusing to work. I’d like you to read this […]

BLUE SUPREMACY IZ THE NEW WHITE SUPREMACY

“It became necessary to destroy the town in order to save it.” A US Major on the bombing of Ben Tré in South Vietnam 2/8/1968 We seem to be in the midst of a huge paradigm shift here in the US… It feels as though some kind of critical mass has been reached in regard to the […]

Police v. workerz and oppressed

By Sam Marcy This article is slightly edited and updated from its first appearance in the Jan. 29, 1971, issue of Workers World newspaper. The writer was a founding member and chairperson of Workers World Party. [Some say] that there are good cops and bad cops, just like there are good capitalists and bad ones. […]

Why Black August should be celebrated across the Amerika’z

  Wikipedia Ajamu Nangwaya Sep 08, 2016 Black August is inseparably linked to the legacy of the assassinated prison leader, revolutionary, Marxist and Black Panther Party Field Marshal George Jackson. Black August is very important to the global African struggle for liberation. It is positively affirming the necessity of a politics that is all about […]

REPORT: Women Are Landing in Local Jailz At An Alarming Rate

And those inmates are disproportionately Black and Latinx. A new study explores how incarceration impacts their lives—and their families. Kenrya Rankin  From the cover of “Overlooked: Women and Jails in an Era of Reform.” Courtesy of the Vera Institute of Justice and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s Safety and Justice Challenge Share […]

My letter to willie lynch (return to sender)

my letter to willie lynch This is dedicated to people who lost their life in charleston sc… to all my people black, latino, & indian…

Nourish the Seedz, Restore the Flowerz

by a Michigan prisoner June 2016 permalink At this time, in this place, I genuinely know why (the caged bird sings)/ other than being falsely imprisoned, ey’s being called – N.I.G.G.E.R. of all things. As I give perfect praise to the “most high”, I can only wonder how many more bullets have to fly? How […]