Freedom Rider: When Police Kill White People

by Margaret Kimberley  Freedom Rider: When Police Kill White People “Are whites so committed to the modern day slave patrol that they will allow no one justice, even those who look like them?” On rare occasions there is some justice in this country. The white South Carolina police officer who shot Walter Scott in the […]

Black August: Providence, R.I., honors Black prisoner resistance

Providence, R.I. — Behind the Walls, a prisoner rights program of Direct Action for Rights and Equality, along with Workers World Party and CommUNITY members, gathered to commemorate and build upon the legacies of George Jackson, Black August and the longstanding solidarity with Indigenous nations on Aug. 31. According to the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, […]

Black August and the Unmasking of the US Police State

  “The reason you call the police is because you’re in a police state.” – Dhoruba bin-Wahad “Before our eyes and ears, a ‘web of business relationships that now defines America’s media and culture’ has one particular business raking in billions of dollars while another defines the culture of a specific demographic as criminal.” – […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

After the Emancipation Proclamation, when the system of slavery changed from chattel slavery to wage slavery, it waz realized that the Afro-Amerikan constituted the largest homogeneouz ethnic group with a common origin and common group experience in the United Statez and, if allowed to exercize economik or politikal freedom, would in a short period of […]

Black August: Beyond 34 yearz of resistance

August 9, 2013 by Shaka At-thinnen When the concept of Black August manifested in 1979, many thought it was simply a focus group protest growing out of the avoidable death of Khatari Gaulden on Aug. 1, 1978, in the San Quentin prison infirmary. Survival for Africans in California’s prison population of 20,000 inmates had to […]

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement in Solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem

The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement stands in full solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem (NBT). We support their self-determination to use their historic space to bring Black people together rather than promote division and disunity among us. This is a critical tradition to uphold, especially in this historical moment when ALL Black lives […]

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 United States (United Snakes) Empire: Murdering People of Colour Domestically and Abroad

Dr. Martin Luther King said the U.S. is “the greatest purveyor of violence in the world,” and his is words still hold true, today. “Complicity, complacency and pervasive apathy among the U.S. public allows these crimes to go on in perpetuity.” The United States Empire: Murdering People of Color Domestically and Abroad by Solomon Comissiong […]

Third World Resistance: Reclaiming the radical Dr. King to protest police and prisonz

by Mohamed Shehk Dr. King devoted his life to struggle. The end of his career was characterized by a devout rejection of militarism, economic inequality, racism and imperialism. Yet state sponsored commemorations on MLK Day have consistently left out this narrative. They have chosen instead to construct an image of a harmless saint who dreamt […]

#NecessaryResistance to Police Terrorism w/Cynthia McKinney, Dhoruba Bin Wahad & Ward Churchill

If you are concerned w/how to deal with police terrorism & cointelpro check out thiz video and share it. Here’z what the vetz have to say… Strategy to Combat Police Brutality Town Hall Meeting held in Atlanta w/ esteemed panelists: Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (former US Congresswoman) Dhoruba Bin Wahad (Black Panther Party/BLA Founder) Ward Churchill […]