The brilliant poster linked to below, is by Seth Tobocman, a NYC Lower East Side artist, who has long supported Mumia through his powerful political art.  The Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition is very proud to present his latest work addressing Mumia’s current health crisis and the  larger context of Hepatitis C in the community, vis […]

Writing on the Wall: Selected Prison Writingsz of Mumia Abu-Jamal

  Mumia Abu-Jamal’s essential perspectives on black experience, race relations, freedom, justice, social change, and the future of American society. “Revolutionary love, revolutionary memory and revolutionary analysis are at work in every page written by Mumia Abu-Jamal … His writings are a wake-up call. He is a voice from our prophetic tradition, speaking to us […]

musingz on the plainfield rebellion at 48!

If You Must Bang…Some Reflections on the Plainfield Rebellion By ‘Baba Zayid’** “Where are niggers when the people need some shots? Niggers are scared of revolution…”                                   Niggers Are Scared of Revolution, The Last Poets   “If you must bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!…Bang against police brutality!…                             Baba Zayid Muhammad, on the streets of Newark […]

Jalil A. Muntaqim Blog #32: A Mother’z Loss

Blog #32: A Mother’s Loss (For the Mothers who lost a child from an unjustified police shooting) To lose a child under any circumstances is heart-wrenching for any parent. This is especially true when it is done by a representative of government. When the police kill, particularly a child, more specifically a man-child of color, […]

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 […]


Once again, the nation is compelled to mourn the death .of police officers. Rightly so, if such mourning changes the dynamics of the relationship between a para-militarized police and the communities in which they patrol. By no sense of the imagination should anyone be cavalier about the killing of a police officer, no more than […]

Being black in public: Amerika’z most punishable offense

By Timothy McGettigan “…three fifths of all other Persons.” (Article 1, Section 2, Paragraph 3 of the United States Constitution) Racism is the most sacred American value. When racist cops can murder black kids in broad daylight and not be charged with crimes, it is safe to conclude that we live in a racist country. […]

Black History (our story):A Tale Of Two Passez

by Claude Johnson One is a media pass to a history-making event–the ’48 World Championship of Pro Basketball, which featured the New York Rens and Minn. Lakers in the Final–the other is an errant pass that may have changed history. A media pass for working press access to the 1948 World Championship of Professional Basketball, […]