The most disrespected person in America, is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America, is the black woman. And as Muslims, the honorable Elijah Muhammed teaches us to respect our women, and to protect our women. And the only time […]

The NRA And The Black Pantherz: The Sordid History Of Gun Lawz

Until about 50 years ago, open carry laws were standard in every state — that is, until the Black Panthers challenged the NRA’s view of the Second Amendment. The gun control debate is a hot-button issue with the presidential debate fast approaching, as well as the regular occurrence of mass shootings in the U.S., yet […]

“It is Better to Fight”: On Martin and Malcolm

The effigy of a black man, a son of Southern soil and descendant of slaves, now stands over the nation’s Mall among its founding fathers, notorious slave owner in front and the so-called Great Emancipator to his back. Looking out over the placid Tidal Basin with a steely-eyed reserve and chiseled determination, the Martin Luther […]

Kojo Bomani Sababu self interview

Self interview 1: How did you come by your current name and how old are you? The name Kojo comes from my comrades in arms. It means unconquerable, my full name is Kojo Bomani Sababu which means “unconquerable warrior, one who takes the people to heart”, our names, derived from African roots were adapted as […]

Celebrate Freedom Fighterz by Becoming a Freedom Fighter

by cipactli of Brown Berets – Prison Chapter August 2015 There are many freedom fighters who have struggled throughout hystory in so many ways. Some used organizing, others the gun and many have used the power of words. Freedom fighters come from a variety of political ideologies and different nations, but what ties them all […]

Remembering Malcolm X 50 Yearz Later

  Its been 50 years since the assassination of the great Malcolm X. A leader enshrined on the Mount Rushmore of Black Leaders. Among his greatness was Malcolm’s was his ability to inspire and emphasize the need for black self-defense and self-reliance in the face of white violence and racism.   source:

Global Connectionz: Steve Biko – An Important Historikal Figure

  By: Tiffany Caesar Due to curricular issues, most of the time, black children are taught about the same leaders, usually from the Civil Rights Movement, like Dr. Martin Luther King and sometimes Malcom X. There are many leaders of African descent who have contributed to the freedom of black people globally. One person you […]


                  IT WAS 50 YEARS AGO. Whenever Americans talk about race, people can get uncomfortable. We don’t want to feel like we’re part of the problem, and we try in our lives not to be. But talking about it can be painful because it reminds us that […]

An ode to Mu’Mia Abu Jamal

    Mu’Mia   By MICHAEL MACKIE   Formidable are the locks Which stand sentry to your thoughts Resistance courses your heart As the Black Panther walks — At your side, oh Mu’Mia! Our Black Shining Prince; And that’s ever since… Brother Malcolm’s demise. From the Phoenixes’ charred ashes Like smoke you will rise!!! Paragon […]