Kaepernick’z Protest by Jalil Muntaqim

Blog #38: Kaepernick’s Protest “They were peace men; but they preferred revolution to peaceful submission to bondage. They were quiet men; but they did not shrink from agitating against oppression. They showed forbearance; but that they knew its limits. They believed in order; but not in the order of tyranny. With them, nothing was ‘settled’ […]

How Should We Respond to Police Violence?

by MIM(Prisons)           permalink   The recent attention to murder and brutality of New Afrikan men by Amerikan police, and the shooting of police officers in Dallas, Texas by Micah X, apparently in retaliation for this brutality, inspired a lot of thoughtful letters from across the country. Many commented on the […]

What iz Your Nationality?

by an Arkansas prisoner       permalink   Comrades, the question at hand is also the very impediment to the so-called African-Amerikkkans’ right to determine our own destiny and experience true freedom. Ask anyone besides the so-called African-Amerikkkans what is their nationality and they will gladly tell you with great pride the national identity […]

We Need to Talk About All Aspectz of Racism

by Tom Watts We need to talk about all kinds of racism and about racism in general, because it is all reactionary and all serves to perpetuate inequality and class exploitation. If we are serious about ending racism, we have got to understand it, where it comes from, who it serves and how it works, […]

Book Party with Robert King and Albert Woodfox!

Book partyMartin Luther King Jr. Labor Center 310 W 43rd St. NYC Monday, August 8, 2016, 6-9pm                 with robert king & albert woodfox                 Forty-four years ago, deep in rural Louisiana, three young black men were silenced for trying to expose continued segregation, systematic corruption, and horrific abuse in the biggest prison in the US, […]

Black and Brown unity: a powerful force

By Teresa Gutierrez Karl Marx wrote that the capitalist class would create its own gravediggers. Black and Brown folks will assuredly be some of those gravediggers. The rampant terrorism against Black people by the police in this country has forever exposed their role in capitalist society. The police exist to defend the capitalists’ private property […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“A good man who iz silent and inactive in timez of great injustice and oppression iz no good man at all. He iz no ally to freedom and justice but iz a silent partner to tyranny and condemnation. He doez not deserve exemption from the condemnation and the vengeance of those whom hiz silence allowz […]

No Badjacketing: The State Wantz to Kill Uz; Let’z Not Cooperate

We prepared this short piece after several comrades were badjacketed in public and with pictures on social media at the 4th Precinct Shutdown. We believe those individual cases have been dealt with, and don’t wish to cause unnecessary division by complaining, or publicly calling any group or individual out. Instead, this is intended to provoke reflection, and conversation, amongst […]

Private Prisonz Exposed, and Same az Public

by MIM(Prisons)     permalink Recently an exposé of the private prison Winn Correctional Center in Winnfield, Lousiana, run by Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), was published in Mother Jones.(1) The article explains conditions which are completely inhumane, and many of the atrocities are linked to the CCA’s drive for profit. In the section about the mailroom, […]