How Literacy Encouraged Slavery Post Amerikan Revolution Rebellion

When the American Constitution was confirmed through votes in 1789, massive efforts were applied to sustain slave illiteracy and restrict slave mobility. The white masters, were, however, becoming uncomfortable as the slaves were increasingly displaying discontentment. To ensure that their slaves did not see the light and rise, the slaveholders hijacked the two factors that […]

Statement by Leonard Peltier, International Tribunal of Conscience

Greetings my friends and relatives, As I look past my prison cell door, I contemplate the many doors and walls that are between myself and freedom. Despite having been twice recommended for transfer to a medium security facility since coming to USP Coleman I, I am currently warehoused in a maximum security facility in Florida. […]

‘The Black Pantherz: Vanguard of the Revolution’

‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’ will be screened on Friday, Oct. 2, in San Francisco at the Opera Plaza Theater, in Berkeley at the Shattuck Theater and in San Rafael at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center; the Oakland screening is Saturday, Oct. 3, 1 p.m., at the Piedmont Theater, 4186 Piedmont Ave., at […]

For Hip-Hop: Amiri Baraka and Black Radical Art

For Hip-Hop: Amiri Baraka (October 7, 1934 – January 9, 2014) and Black Radical Art Jared A. Ball “There is, of course, the syndrome Lenin spoke about when he said that once opponents of the bourgeoisie are dead the rulers transform these class enemies into ciphers or agreeable sycophants of Imperialism (however “askew” they might […]

Support Parole For Eddie Africa

Ona Move In October 2015 our Brother Eddie Africa is set to make another appearance before the Pa Parole Board your letters of support is urgently needed all of the information is below as follows. Ona Move Orie We are asking for your support at this critical stage to secure the freedom Eddie deserves.  Feel […]

Sept. 2 hearing set as member of Angola Three seekz freedom, end to trialz in guard’z death NEW ORLEANS –  A federal appeals court in New Orleans has set arguments for Sept. 2 in the case of longtime Louisiana inmate Albert Woodfox. Woodfox is seeking freedom after decades of prison isolation — and an end to the state’s efforts to try him in the 1972 death of a prison guard. Woodfox’s […]

TOMORROW: Go With the Free Mumia Coalition to Free the MOVE Prisoners in Pa.

For those living in NYC, join the Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition in the trip to Philly and back for this critical fight to free the MOVE 9.  We can’t bring back those who died in the horrific attack on the MOVE house in 1985, can’t bring back Merle and Phil Africa who died in prison under […]