Support political prisoner Zolo Azania

  “It is the weak who are cruel. Gentleness can only be expected from the strong.”                                                                         — Leo Roskin   To: All Concerned for Human Rights in all Human Sights               This is an open letter requesting your help to garner support for my plight.  i am currently serving a fourteen (14) year […]


Internationally renowned political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal has just published a brilliant 15 page pamphlet about the challenge of the period we’re living in in this country: the non-stop police murders of young people of color followed by one acquittal after another of the killer cops. Even when the unarmed young police victims are children, 11 […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“i had long ago become convinced that revolution was a science. Generalities were no longer enough for me. Like my comrades, I believed that a higher level of political sophistication was necessary and that unity in the Black community had become a priority. We could never afford to forget the lessons we had learned from […]

Warrior: The Life of Leonard Peltier

Published on Oct 17, 2015 This is the definitive feature documentary about American Indian activist, Leonard Peltier. His story is told within the context of the American Indian Movement, the US federal government, and the multi national companies interested in mining the land in South Dakota. Produced and directed by Suzie Baer. 1992 Copies of […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

Rebellions tend to be negative, to denounce and expose the enemy without providing a positive vision of a new future…A revolution is not just for the purpose of correcting past injustices, a revolution involves a projection of man/woman into the future…It begins with projecting the notion of a more human human being, i.e. a human […]

Report on Sundiata Acoli Hearing

BY SALVADOR RIZZO A man convicted of killing a state trooper four decades ago is asking the state Supreme Court to uphold a ruling that granted him parole last year. File Photo Sundiata Acoli The court heard oral argument Tuesday in the case of Sundiata Acoli, now 78, who received a life sentence for […]

Jalil Muntaqim’s “Escaping the Prism … Fade to Black” now out!

ESCAPING THE PRISM FADE TO BLACK Poetry and Essays by Jalil Muntaqim Introduction by Walidah Imarisha + “The Other Kind” by Ward Churchill Jalil Muntaqim is a former member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army. For over forty years, Jalil has been a political prisoner, and one of the New York […]

A pardon for Oscar López: a question of basic morality Editorial

It is difficult for the government of the United States to call for clemency or justice for political prisoners accused of seditious conspiracy abroad, when for these same charges Oscar López Rivera, a Puerto Rican, has served more than 34 years in prison and runs the risk of dying in prison.    Puerto Rico has […]

‘The Black Pantherz: Vanguard of the Revolution’

‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’ will be screened on Friday, Oct. 2, in San Francisco at the Opera Plaza Theater, in Berkeley at the Shattuck Theater and in San Rafael at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center; the Oakland screening is Saturday, Oct. 3, 1 p.m., at the Piedmont Theater, 4186 Piedmont Ave., at […]

Oscar Lopez Rivera Grito de Lares Message People

For the past thirty-four years, Oscar López-Rivera, the longest held political prisoner in Puerto Rican history, has commemorated El Grito de Lares from within a U.S. prison. From his cell in the Marion Federal Penitentiary, he wrote a brief reflection on the significance of El Grito. It’s very important to celebrate the Grito de Lares, […]