Protest Song Of Week: ‘Glory’ by Rhymefest feat. Billy Branch

    Rhymefest co-wrote the Oscar-winning “Glory,” with Common and John Legend. The song appeared in “Selma,” and at the 2017 Chicago Bluesfest, Rhymefest was joined by blues harmonica legend Billy Branch for a performance that transformed the song into a 12-minute jam. The presence of Rhymefest at the Chicago Bluesfest was hugely significant. Hip-hop […]

The NFL Media War Against Kaepernick People

Folks – I’m going to be at The People’s Summit tomorrow in Chicago. Stop on through! Details here https://www.thepeoplessummit.org/sessions/athletics-activism-social-change/ https://www.thenation.com/article/nfls-war-colin-kaepernick/ The NFL’s War Against Colin Kaepernick by Dave Zirin We have heard a farcical parade of excuses by NFL owners and executives for why free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick remains unemployed. “He’s not 100 percent committed.” […]

VIDEO: Rockers Prophets of Rage call for political resistance in their Michael Moore-directed visual, “Unfuck The World”

True to form, the Rage Against the Machine/Audioslave/Public Enemy/Cyprus Hill member-founded supergroup Prophets of Rage issue a call for action for everyday people to stand up to white supremacy, political corruption, and police brutality. Director: Michael Moore Executive Producer: Meghan O’Hara Producer: Monica Hampton Editor: Vanessa Roworth Animation: Robin Steele, Steeleworks Animation Band Videography: Eitan […]

Coming Home to Roost: American 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 voice […]

Russell Maroon Shoatz: Rage, humiliation, testosterone, youth and the politics of liberation

by Russell Maroon Shoats/z Steve Bloom, a comrade and veteran activist, asked me several questions regarding my contribution to “Look for Me in the Whirlwind.” The questions delve into aspects of our political struggle against oppression back in the 1960s and ‘70s and are still pressing concerns. Steve: Today, looking back almost 50 years, what […]

Dave Chappelle Speaks On Police Violence At Ohio

  by  KEITH REID-CLEVELAND If you thought that Dave Chappelle was living it up in a deluxe penthouse in New York City you wouldn’t be further from the truth. The comedy star and his family actually live a mostly quiet life on a farm in a town called Yellow Springs  Ohio. However, despite living in […]

Support Robert Seth Hayes – Hallmark Doesn’t Make the Birthday Card that I Need

Author: Crystal M. Hayes, MSW – 4/20/2017 I turn 47 years-old in a short couple of weeks and Hallmark doesn’t make the birthday card that I need. I will likely celebrate my birthday the same way I have for most of my life, particularly in recent years. I will wake up — God willing. I […]

Artist Ravi Zupa Takes on Racist Police Killingz

Dragons, swords and skeletons help tell the story of police brutality. by  Ilana Novick Photo Credit: Ravi Zupa Amid the daily panic of the Trump administration, artist Ravi Zupa wanted to make sure Americans don’t neglect the epidemic of police violence. So he collaborated with Art Responders, a San Francisco-based activist art collective, to create […]

Trump’z Dept. of Justice Sayz: How Can Police “Do Their Job” If They’re Criticized for Brutalizing and Murdering Black and Brown People?

The nightmare of police brutality and murder—with hundreds of unarmed people, disproportionately Black and Brown, killed by pigs every year—triggered an eruption of mass protests in recent years. Trump ran his campaign on an openly racist “law and order” platform, with wide support from police organizations. Now the Trump/Pence regime is making clear the days […]

Albert Woodfox & Robert King (Angola 3): CAUSERIE PUBLIQUE/PUBLIC TALK @ MONTREAL

Friday March 17, 6pm / Vendredi 17 mars, 18h00 1455 de Maisonneuve Ouest, #H-110 auditorium facebook: http://ift.tt/2lCbInw ***français suivra***   As part of the Week Against Police Brutality (https://cobp.resist.ca/), a discussion on incarceration and political repression with Albert Woodfox et Robert H. King will take place Friday March 17th at 6:00 pm at the Alumni Auditorium, […]