Former Politikal Prisoner Sekou Odinga Speakz

We are in a long and protracted Struggle that will not end until we are all free. Sekou Odinga   Free The Land Former prisoner of war and political prisoner Sekou Odinga speaks on his political life, his case, the case of political prisoner Albert Woodfox, and his thoughts on the music of his son […]

Terrorism, COINTELPRO, and the Black Panther Party –An interview with law professor Angela A. Allen-Bell

by Angola 3 News This past July, students from Northwestern University’s Medill Justice Project visited the infamous Louisiana State Prison known asAngola. While there, students landed an impromptu interview with Warden Burl Cain, where they asked him about an inmate at Angola named Kenny ‘Zulu’ Whitmore, who has now been in solitary confinement for 28 consecutive […]

Murder tape used by FBI 4 training instead of catching Omaha killer

J. Edgar Hoover did not want to catch policeman’s killer FBI document The August 17, 1970 bombing murder of Omaha Patrolman Larry Minard, Sr. quickly led to a police conspiracy to withhold evidence in order to convict Nebraska leaders of the Black Panther Party for the crime. Edward Poindexter and Mondo we Langa, then David […]

More New Evidence Pointz to Innocence of the Omaha 2

J. Edgar Hoover personally gave his approval to withhold evidence with an “OK” and his initial “H” FBI document View all 12 photos The 1970 bombing murder of Omaha Patrolman Larry Minard, Sr. landed two Black Panther leaders in prison where they are serving life sentences. Minard had been lured to his death by an anonymous […]

Protest Iz the New Terror: How U.S. Law Enforcement Iz Working to Criminalize Dissent

 by Derek Royd It’s well established that the FBI surveilled civil rights and other activists from Martin Luther King Jr. to leaders of the National Lawyers Guild as part of its wide ranging COINTELPRO (counter intelligence program) during the 1960s and early 70s. The use of planted news stories, faked communications to create dissension within […]

New FBI filez show wide range of Black Panther informant’z activitiez

By Seth Rosenfeld Newly released FBI records reveal that Richard Masato Aoki, widely revered as a radical hero in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1960s, was deeply involved as a political informant for the FBI, informing on his fellow Asian activists and on Black Panther Party leaders Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. Going […]

New Poem by Jalil Muntaqim

Elephants vs. Tigers Made in 400 years of racist suppression, now only 150 years of Black decompression, a mental time machine envisioning a future after this seemingly endless war. I emerge from the black-hole of white supremacy in a quantum leap, Dark Matter compressd into an atomic fusion of ancestral revolutionary determination. Black Lives Matter! […]

Omaha Two alibi witness tellz of failure by lawyer to cross-examine bomber

Rae Ann Schmitz was a key witness in a 1971 murder trial, but nobody, including defense attorney David Herzog, was aware she contradicted the testimony of the prosecution’s chief witness. Schmitz was unaware she was an alibi witness for Mondo we Langa, then David Rice, before he was imprisoned for life at the Nebraska State […]

Another Year of COINTELPRO

March 8th marks the 44th anniversary of the Media, Pennsylvania break-in that helped expose COINTELPRO to the world. The story received even more attention last year when after living with the information for 43 years, the eight anti-war activists who broke into the FBI field office, decided to come forward. For some, the identity of […]

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

  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, […]