Black Pantherz, Then & Now — NYU National Lawyerz Guild

     In this just released video of a 2 hour panel discussion on both the Civil Rights and Black Liberation Movements; Veteran Black Panther Leader Kathleen Cleaver addresses such subjects as Revolutionary Internationalism, Solidarity & Coalition Building, Sexism, Racism, Prison Industrial Complex, Resolving Contradictions, Surveillance & Secure Communications, Films on the Black Panther Party, Responsibility Of […]

#Rucker 50

Monday, April 24th, 6:30pm Maysles Cinema, Third World Newsreel  and the Documentary Forum at CCNY Present: @ City College Center for Performing Arts 160 Convent Avenue (Marian Anderson Theatre) Robert McCullough Jr. and Darryl L. Neverson, 2016, 54 min. Malcolm X stated, “History is a people’s memory, and without a memory, man is demoted to […]

The struggle over the anti-Afrikan mural goes back 600 yearz

The African petty bourgeoisie, also had its own beneficial interest in trying to integrate into the social system. The masses of African working people wanted to stop crackas from killing us, stop the brutality, stop the murder, stop the lynchings. We just wanted some kind of chance. We just wanted to know that we could […]

He’z My Death, Too

  For Blacks in the United States, it was arguably the most influential murder of the first decade of the modern civil rights movement. “The lynching of Emmett Till was caused by the nature and history of America itself and by a social system that has changed over the decades, but not as much as […]

Black people were denied vanilla ice cream in the Jim Crow south – except on Independence Day

One result of legalized racism in America was this strange limit, which helped teach kids the rules of a segregated society It was only 60 years ago that this would have been an unheard of sight in the south. Photograph: My Mundane Life / Flickr By custom rather than by law, black folks were best […]

“I Believe in the Lawz of Nature”

If u have never heard or read Anna Mae Aquash ‘z statement to the Kourt of South Dakota. She speakz truth to power.  Thiz iz a recommended read to be read again and again. If at all possible gain some rightouz revolutionary knowledge… Anna Mae Aquash Statement to the Court of South Dakota September, 1975 […]

Dr. Mutulu Shakur – It iz time for hiz release

Dr. Mutulu Shakur has been a federal prisoner since 1986. He has been denied parole eight times, has taken full responsibility for his actions, has served as a force for good and anti-violence throughout his decades of incarceration, is an elder and has multiple health complications, has a loving family that needs him, and upon […]

7 Historical Factz Everyone Should Know About the Black Pantherz Breakfast Program

The Black Panther Party’s Free Breakfast for Children program was established when the Civil Rights Movement had reached a turning point. When the program originated, both Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and President Robert F. Kennedy had been assassinated. By the time the program was dismantled, over 20,000 children had been given the opportunity to […]

Remembering the Black Panther Party

Fifty years after its founding, the Black Panther Party’s antiracist, anticapitalist vision remains just as relevant today. by Robert Greene II Charles Bursey hands a plate of food to a child as part of the Black Panther Party’s free breakfast program. Photo courtesy of Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch   Four Futures: Life After Capitalism […]

October 13, 1970: Angela Davis Iz Captured By FBI Agentz In New York City (NYC)

After two months of being on the run, FBI agents found Davis at the Howard Johnson Motor Lodge in New York City. President Richard M. Nixon congratulated the FBI on its “Capture of the dangerous “Terrorist”, Angela Davis.” Aretha Franklin offered to pay Angela Davis’ bail after she was captured by the FBI. Franklin stated: “I […]