THE NRA – FRIEND OR FOE?

Billing itself as ‘America’s longest-standing civil rights organization,’ the National Rifle Association has been missing in historical action as far as ‘Negroes with guns’ are concerned. BY KARSCEAL TURNER SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER On May 2, 1967, a group of 30 young Black men and women, dressed in black leather jackets, berets and dark […]

Huey P. Newton Prelude to Revolution -#BlackAugust Film Discussion

National Black United Front Huey P. Newton: Prelude to Revolution #BlackAugust Film and Panel Discussion and Political Prisoner Letter Writting Tuesday August 18 7pm Emergence Community Arts Collective 733 Euclid Street NW Washington DC Featuring Jonathan Muhammad – Malcolm X Grassroots Movement Yejide Orunmila – African National Women’s Organization Candice Corbin – Community Activist Sponsored […]

The Lost Vision: NABPP-PC and the People’z Struggle Towardz Revolutionary Intercommunalism

By Jason Walker, NABPP-PC Understanding revolutionary intercommunalism in the New Afrikan Black Panther Party-Prison Chapter is not only a necessity, but its practical application is a requirement.  As comrade Huey P. Newton once said “If we do nothing we are accepting the situation and allowing ourselves to die.”  Well our party refuses to let the […]

Kasama book club continuez: Learning from the Pantherz

by admin@kasamaproject.org For the month of March and April the national Kasama Book Club studied the book “Black Against Empire” by Joshua Bloom and Waldo E. Martin. Below are the thoughts of Ryan, who is involved in a local Kasama book club in NYC. We encourage people wherever they are to read with us and […]

Ex-Black Panther Leader Elaine Brown Slamz Stanley Nelson’z ‘Condemnable’ Documentary

Thiz Movie waz truly disappointing 4 it’z far  from accurate  and nothing more than misinformation. Ex-Black Panther Leader Elaine Brown Slams Stanley Nelson’s ‘Condemnable’ Documentary Elaine Brown, who led the Black Panther Party from 1974-1977 and ran for president in 2008, dismantles Nelson’s documentary ‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution.’ In his film The […]

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 […]

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 […]

Solitary confinement tricknology at Menard Concentration Slave Camp

by Muntu Sun Ra Okito (Percell Dansberry) In the spirits of Denmark Vesey and Red Cloud, revolutionary greetings are sent to the Bay View family and all prisoners of consciousness from the captives held hostage on Menard’s High Security Unit. On the battlefield of psychological warfare, the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) made moves that […]

Imperialism’z Policy of Mass Murder and the Black Panther Party’z (BPP) Analysis of Survival

  The Black Panther Party was concerned with community development and sustenance as well as self-defense – a legacy that should be explored by today’s activists. “Community programs, independent of the non-profit industrial complex and armed with political education, must be a critical component of the left’s strategy toward the ultimate goal of a new […]

Revolutionising the people: Interview with Black Panther Emory Douglas

by Katie Wood and Manolya Moustafa Emory Douglas at a tour of his exhibition ‘Freedom Now: The Art of Black Liberation’ at Marxism 2015 conference Early in 1967, radical Black artist Emory Douglas was invited to an organising meeting for the visit of Malcolm X’s widow, Betty Shabazz, to the Bay Area in California. Emory […]