The 20 Hateen Hate Awards!

By Jared Ball  I dig people, righteous people. I always have found it hard to really hate anyone. I loved people. I understood from the beginning that the end purpose of life was simply to live, experience, contribute, connect, to gratify the body and mind. I began to hate when I discovered that the mystification was interjected intentionally. – George […]

We’re Talking: Mumia’s New Path 2 Freedom

(((BREAKING NEWS))) TO MY FELLOW SOCIAL JUSTICE ORGANIZERS, ACTIVISTS, ADVOCATES, MEDIA FRIENDS, PEOPLE WHO GIVE A DAMN, and THOSE WHO NEED EXAMPLES OF VICTORIES. Please Share This Event (1/12/19) Even If You Can’t Attend. This Just In from The Campaign To Bring Mumia Home: “A Special Report Back in the Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal” On Saturday, […]

Flip Over Police Vans and Riot in This New Board Game for Anarchists

Bloc by Bloc is the “Insurrection Game” the Resistance didn’t know it needed   The first time you loot a shopping center in Bloc by Bloc—”The Insurrection Game”—you’ll leave the streets covered in mutinous graffiti. The second time through, you’ll set the buildings ablaze and salt the earth. (Don’t worry, it’s not a huge loss, considering […]

5 Things History Books Won’t Tell You About the Young Lords’ Activism

by Raquel Reichard Inspired by the Black Panthers, the Young Lords was a Chicago street gang-turned-national political and social action organization fighting for the liberation, self-determination and justice of Puerto Ricans, Latinxs and Third World people in the late 1960s to the mid-1970s. The members were largely the children of Puerto Rican migrants, a growing population […]

The unsung female heroes of Afrika’s liberation you should know

Kenya’s Mau Mau Women Freedom Fighters In The Forest. Photo: SDE While many of the African male freedom fighters are well-known, their female counterparts have been largely forgotten. These women, usually left to the margins of the society, were quite instrumental in the fight for the liberation of their respective countries. Some women went to […]

Jamaica’s forgotten people who were deported to Sierra Leone in the 1800s

Freed slaves arriving in Freetown in the 1800s When Sierra Leone was colonised in 1787, it was the home of freed slaves brought in from overpopulated London. They were living in modern day Freetown after an agreement between the British and the Temne people of the region. At around the same period, the British, who had […]

The new Prison Movement: The continuing struggle to abolish slavery in Amerika (2018)

by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson The rising new Prison Movement Across Amerika, home of the world’s largest prison population, growing numbers of the imprisoned are coming to realize that they are victims of social injustice. Foremost, they are victims of an inherently predatory and dysfunctional capitalist-imperialist system, which targets the poor and people of color for […]

Liberation Theologies: Decolonizing the Masters’ Tool

by Gregory Stevens               A scene from the movie, The Birth of a Nation. On August 21st, 1831 Baptist preacher, Nat Turner, lead one of the largest slave insurrections in the history of the United States. In an explosion of prophetic and apocalyptic rage, Turner overthrew his legal owners ruling […]

Support Kwame Shakur now!

Kwame Shakur is a New Afrikan Revolutionary Nationalist and political prisoner currently held in the Indiana slave kamp known has Pendleton Correctional Facility. Over the past few years he has become a brilliant exponent of revolutionary thought who has captured the attention of revolutionaries throughout the country. He has worked tirelessly, under the most extreme […]

“Don’t Surrender, Don’t Sell Out:” The Zapatistas’ First International Gathering of Women Who Struggle

By Heather Gies Zapatista women and thousands of women from around the world listen to the opening address kicking off the first International Political, Artistic, Sporting, and Cultural Gathering of Women who Struggle in the Zapatista Caracol in the Tzots Choj region, Chiapas, Mexico, March 8, 2018. Photo by Heather Gies Women insurgents wearing the […]