Black Panther: The Revolution will never be televised(Spoiler review)

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Revisiting Black Nationalism and the National Question

by Ken Morgan Revisiting Black Nationalism and the National Question “Economic disparities, police brutality, inequalities et al. go together with capitalism.” I was privileged to learn from and work with Harry Haywood . Most if not all readers of the Black Agenda Report know his legacy and history in the black struggle. If not, please do check […]

Black Eyed Peas – Street Livin’

We have the POWER to make change together: http://BlackEyedPeas.com/StreetLivin Prison Industrial Complex. Immigration. Gun Violence. Police Brutality. These issues are critical for our families, friends, communities, and world. Stay Woke, Take Action Now. For more information on these issues, please visit: http://baji.org/ http://communityjusticerc.org/ http://www.livefreeusa.org/ http://schoolsnotprisons.vote/ http://www.gatheringforjustice.org/ https://unitedwedream.org/ http://hiphopcaucus.org/ http://iamangelfoundation.org/

In 2017, Nearly 100 Times More Amerikans Were Killed by Police Than Terrorists

While 2017 was one of the safest years for police on record, police killings in the United States have become an epidemic with no signs of slowing down. In the United States, in 2017, according to the government data, eight events took place on American soil that were classified as acts of terrorism. The combined […]

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 […]

Who Was Fred Hampton, the Black Panther Shot and Killed in His Bed by Chicago Police 48 Years …

  Exactly 48 years ago, Black Panthers Fred Hampton, 21, and Mark Clark, 22, were shot to death by Chicago police. At around 5 a.m. on December 4, 1969, 14 police officers raided Hampton’s apartment, which was a known Illinois Black Panther Party stronghold in Chicago’s West Side, according to the Chicago Tribune. The gunfire lasted seven minutes, […]

Make history in 2018, not excuses: Whose side are you on?

  Part V: Campaign to Redistribute the Pain 2018 by Bennu Hannibal Ra-Sun, formerly known as Melvin Ray, Free Alabama Movement “Times Are Changing” – Art: Arkee Chaney, A71362, P.O. Box 1327, Galesburg IL 61401 Greetings of love, dedication and resiliency to all Freedom Fighters and fearless frontline generals, soldiers and warriors who dare to […]

Police Massacre in Gran Ravin – Protesting students in Cap Haitien beaten by police

 Reports of a mass killing by the US/UN occupation-trained and supervised Haitian police in the working-class neighborhood of Gran Ravin in Port-au-Prince, the nation’s capital. Police brutally beat teachers and students in the northern city of Cap Haitien, who were demanding money for education, not to restore the murderous army Monday 11/13/17 was a day of […]

Coming Home to Roost: Amerikan Militarism, War Culture, and Police Brutality

by Colin Jenkins   “President Kennedy never foresaw that the chickens would come home to roost so soon…” – Malcolm X, December 1, 1963 “Americans love to fight, traditionally. All real Americans love the sting and clash of battle… you are here because you are real men and all real men like to fight!” The thundering […]

Dylan Rodriguez, “It’s Not Police Brutality”

Dylan Rodriguez, Professor, University of California at Riverside and founding member of Critical Resistance Critical Resistance presents “Breaking Down the Prison Industrial Complex,” a series of videos as part of our Profiles in Abolition initiative. The videos in the series explore the current state of the prison industrial complex (PIC) and how people are fighting […]