State Of The Union: A Conversation With Former Politikal Prisoner Eddie Conway

By Sean Nevins Deindustrialization, joblessness, drugs infiltrating communities, America’s enemies — a lot has changed since a former Black Panther Party member was imprisoned in 1970. But now he’s out and has some ideas on how to change things for the better. From left to right: Attorney Robert Boyle, Marshall “Eddie” Conway, Attorney Phillip Dontes […]

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Being a Radical: Assata Taught Me

justin adkins For years I have been reading about Assata Shakur. I read newspaper articles; I watched discussions about her on Democracy Now! and other radical news outlets; I’d seen her name emblazoned on shirts, and some of my favorite revolutionaries quote her. Last week, I finally picked up her autobiography. I couldn’t put it […]

URGENT: Counter Pat Lynch’z Racist PBA Letter Campaign To Deny Parole For Black Panther Politikal Prisoner Abdul Majid

  Pig  vs Panther            “Racist” Patrolman Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch  &   “Framed” Black Panther Political Prisoner Abdul Majid  Please take a moment read Abdullah’s case history (see below) and to then write a letter of support for his upcoming parole hearing on January, 15, 2015. All letters should be addressed […]

Build Afrikan Martyrz Day 2015!

Gaida Kambon, Secretary General APSP Above: Malcolm in the struggle against coloniaism. This February 21, 2015 Afrcan Martyrs Day will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination an African patriot and revolutionary Malcolm El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Africa on the Ascendancy: The Party in Motion!   The African People’s Socialist Party calls on all African revolutionaries […]

War Time Footing, Really? It’z Not a War on Copz in NYC

by RON JACOBS The recent murder of two New York city policemen by a lone gunman who apparently shot his estranged girlfriend less than 24 hours before the police were killed has created a scenario ideal for those intent on reestablishing the department’s dominance on the street and in the politics of New York City. Despite […]

Nebraska Supreme Court facez COINTELPRO issue in Mondo we Langa rehearing bid

by Michael Richardson Mondo we Langa in prison 44 years has been denied a day court by Nebraska Supreme Court Mondo we Langa/Michael Richardson   The Nebraska Supreme Court, which turned down Black Panther leader Mondo we Langa’s post-conviction appeal, without issuing a written decision, has been asked to reconsider the matter and make written […]

Why I Won’t Do Kwaanza

by Bruce A. Dixon I don’t do Kwaanza, I just don’t. I never have, and the very thought of it evokes some difficult memories and feelings for me. It’s not the holiday’s religious trappings or its Afro-syncretic fusion of Jewish menorahs, Swahili words, Kemetic, Christian and other rituals. I understand people do have a perfect […]

Captured Heroz: Memberz of the Black Panther Party Still Imprisoned

Written and Performed by M-1 and Divine. Produced by M-1, Divine, and Digitalglo. Video Directed by Jamal Joseph. Photography, Editing, Visual Effects by Joel Davenport – http://www.gugohi.com. Produced by Jamal Joseph and Joel Davenport. Production Manager: Dietrice Bolden. Additional Photography: Ryce. Featuring: Impact Repertory Theater, Abiodun Oyewole, Hassan “GIANT” Yasin, The Bartendaz, The Order of […]

Have NO contact with police – they are child killerz

by Mutope Duguma When we were growing up, we understood that most of these white, Black and Brown police officers were predators. They came to our communities pumped up, looking for action. And there are several profiles of them: cocky, scared, fearless, racist, prejudiced, biased, anxious, gangsters etc. We was warned as young boys to […]

COINTELPRO appeal dismissed by Nebraska Supreme Court without opinion

The Nebraska Supreme Court dismissed, without opinion, the post-conviction appeal of COINTELPRO target Mondo we Langa on Sept. 26. Mondo, former David Rice, was not given a hearing or even a written decision by the state high court. The perfunctory dismissal notice issued by the court only stated Mondo’s appeal was “time barred.” Forty-four years […]