Richard B. Moore: “Dogs and Slaves are Named by Their Masters; Free Men Name Themselves!”

Richard B. Moore was a Caribbean activist in the early and mid 20th century. by Norman (Otis) Richmond aka Jalali Not so very long ago, most Black Americans answered to the term “Negro.” But, not Richard B. Moore, a “race man” who was also a socialist and a member of the African Blood Brotherhood, the […]

The 16 Black Pantherz Still Behind Barz

What iz wrong here fam. We need these Elderz back on the streetz. Colorlines Screenshot of Black Panther Party Members, taken from Okayplayer’s Instagram on October 15, 2015  In this informal census presents the names of those who are still in prison, who were recently released and who died while incarcerated. One of the […]

Afrikan Blood Brotherhood

ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY The African Blood Brotherhood (…for African Liberation and Redemption) was a radical black liberation organization with ties to the Communist Party. The group was the brainchild of Cyril Briggs, a West Indian-born radical of mixed racial parentage living in New York. Briggs was a staunch exponent of the theory of racial separatism who, […]

A Story 4 Today Which Won’t be on Telievision

 Today the state may honor Dr. King, but back in the day when he waz alive, it was quite another story. Government surveillance of Martin Luther King, Jr.    by Matthew B. Johnson [This presentation was an invited address, delivered on Sunday January 15, 2006 at the Ethical Culture Society of Essex County in Maplewood, New […]


TOMORROW:  Saturday January 17, 2015 (2) “BIG” NYC Freedom Fighter Events For Our U.S. Government Captured PP/POW’s EVENT #1:   (3:00pm ~ 7:00pm)  “In the Tradition” 19th ANNUAL DINNER TRIBUTE to the FAMILIES of our PP/POWs   Greetings Family, Nineteen years ago, many of you responded to the collective call that we honor the Families of our […]

Save The Date: Sat, Jan. 17 “In the Tradition” 19th ANNUAL DINNER TRIBUTE to the FAMILIEZ of our PP/POWz

  Greetings Family, Nineteen years ago, many of you responded to the collective call that we honor the Families of our PP/POWs for their generational sacrifices to the Black Freedom struggle. It is in that tradition that the Malcolm X Commemoration Committee is pleased to announce “In the Tradition,” our 19th Annual Dinner Tribute to […]

Portrait of Mao and Selected quotes from Mao’s Red Book, The Quotations of Chairman Mao TseTung, ed. by Kiilu Nyasha

Note:   Mao suffered from Parkinson’s disease prior to his death in 1976 at 82.  Since then, the Communist Party has taken the capitalist road and is no longer communist or socialist in practice.  So I rarely use the word “communist” anymore, but replace it with “revolutionary,” because its meaning has been so distorted over the decades. In any case, […]

New on DVD: ‘Free Angela and All Political Prisoners’

by The People’s Minister of Information JR Valrey Angela Davis is one of the most famous women, communists and professors to be groomed in the tumultuous revolutionary ‘60s and ‘70s, when Blacks and other so-called Third World peoples fought the empires of the world fearlessly in this country. On Aug. 7, 1970, she was thrust into […]

A Sneak Peek at Free Angela and All Political Prisoners, a New Documentary (VIDEO)

  Angela Davis is one of the most recognizable American activists and scholars. Her journey embodies the important anti-oppression and social justice messages learned from the Black Panther Party, the social justice movement and free-thinking intellectuals. I was given exclusive access to a sneak peek of Shola Lynch’s highly anticipated feature-length documentary film Free Angela […]

Afrikan Blood Brotherhood

The African Blood Brotherhood was a short-lived but highly influential Black Liberation organization in the US, formed  during the infamous “red summer” of 1919. That year saw murderous pogroms against African-Americans from Chicago to St. …Louis, yet it also was a year of rising militant resistance to racist oppression. The African Blood Brotherhood was formed […]