3 NY State Political Prisoners Statements to Occupy 4 Prisoners

The New York Prison Justice Network and New York Taskforce for Political Prisoners received these statements of support for Occupy4Prisoners from NY state political prisoners Herman Bell, David Gilbert and Jalil Muntaqim. The statements (along with one from Mumia Abu-Jamal and several from other prisoners) will be read at the NYC and Philadelphia rallies today, […]

Anarchism and the Black Revolution

DEDICATION For the second edition of Anarchism and the Black Revolution I dedicate this second edition of Anarchism and the Black Revolution to Comrade Ginger Katz, one of the founders of the original North American Anarchist Black Cross almost 15 years ago. It was Ginger Katz who almost single -handedly arranged for the typesetting, publishing […]

No Incarceration or Taxation Without Representation: American Slavery in the 21st Century

No Incarceration or Taxation Without Representation: American Slavery in the 21st Century Posted on January 3, 2012 | Leave a comment By Kevin “Rashid” Johnson During 1776, in the midst of its Revolutionary War against British colonial rule, Amerika declared its independence. A major event we’re told that led up to the demand and struggle for […]

Black August

Black August August 10, 2009 BY MARILYN BUCK Would you hang on a cliff’s edge sword-sharp, slashing fingers while jackboot screws stomp heels on peeled-flesh bones and laugh “let go! die, damn you, die!” could you hang on 20 years, 30 years? 20 years, 30 years and more brave Black brothers buried in US koncentration kamps […]

All Power To The Positive! Vol#1, Episode #68 Vote “Wake Up, God Dammit!” in 2012! “After a wave of raids across the country in which police in riot gear broke up Occupy Wall Street encampments and arrested protesters, Oakland Mayor Jean Quan acknowledged in an interview with the BBC that she participated in a conference […]

What is the meaning of the California prisoner hunger strikes? A statement in support of the hunger strikers

December 16, 2011 BY KEVIN RASHID JOHNSON “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” – Frederick Douglass Six thousand six hundred California prisoners participated in a 3-week-long hunger strike in July, seeking relief from unjust and inhumane conditions. In the face of California Department of Corrections (CDC) officials failing to honor settlement negotiations, […]

A Poetics of Anti-Colonialism

A Poetics of Anti-Colonialism Posted on 11 December 2011 by bot Aimé Césaire’s Discourse on Colonialism might be best described as a declaration of war. I would almost call it a “third world manifesto,” but hesitate because it is primarily a polemic against the old order bereft of the kind of propositions and proposals that generally accompany manifestos. […]

New Writing from Shaka Shakur, Indiana Prisoner

ClevelandAnarchist BlackCross New Writing from Shaka Shakur, Indiana Prisoner From: “indiana prisoner solidarity” <indianaprisonersolidarity@gmail.com> Date: Fri, December 9, 2011 9:27 am To: indianaprisonersolidarity@gmail.com Hello Friends. I’m writing to share with you a new resource put together by long-term Indiana prisoner Shaka Shakur. Shaka, as some of you may know, has been in the past a […]

Decolonize PDX

Decolonize PDX is meeting at Kelly Point Park – N. Marine and Lombard St at both 6 am and 4 pm. If you are a person of color, look for our Decolonize PDX banner and march with us! Decolonizepdx@gmail.com  http://www.decolonizepdx.weebly.com Decolonize PDX is a collective of people of color. We decolonize because we know this […]