On Black Women, Police Brutality, and the True Meaning of Black Liberation

Tasha Fierce Article by Tasha Fierce, Illustrated by Ebin Lee, appeared in issue Law & Order; published in 2015 On June 9, 1963, Fannie Lou Hamer was arrested in Montgomery County, Mississippi, along with June Johnson,Euvester Simpson, Rosemary Freeman,andAnnelle Ponder. The five women were on their way back from a voter registration workshop in South […]

Long live the legacy of Malcolm X

By Abayomi Azikiwe February 21 marks the 50th anniversary of the martyrdom of Malcolm X, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, who was gunned down by three men at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, N.Y., in 1965 as he prepared to address several hundred people. The meeting was sponsored by the Organization of Afro-American Unity, founded by Malcolm […]

Sekou On The U.S. Captured Politikal Prisonerz & Prisonerz of War….

“These are people who dedicate their lives to the transformation of this country, who put the benefit of their communities ahead of themselves, who belieed that transformation was not only possible, but was worth dying for to end brutality, racism, economic discrimination, imperialism, war.” – Sekou Odinga

AMAZING PIECE BY HUEY NEWTON REFLECTING ON RIOTZ AND GUERILLA WARFARE

  The Correct Handling of a Revolution July 20, 1967 [The Writings of Huey P Newton] The Black masses are handling the resistance incorrectly. When the brothers in East Oakland, having learned their resistance fighting from Watts, amassed the people in the streets, threw bricks and Molotov cocktails to destroy property and create disruption, they […]

Rest in Power, Phil Africa

We are saddened to learn of the passing of MOVE 9 political prisoner Phil Africa.         In his own words: LONG LIVE JOHN AFRICA! On the MOVE! My name is Phil Africa, I’m from Philadelphia and one of 13 children born to Frank and Maude Phillips. I’m a high school graduate and […]

Third World Resistance: Reclaiming the radical Dr. King to protest police and prisonz

by Mohamed Shehk Dr. King devoted his life to struggle. The end of his career was characterized by a devout rejection of militarism, economic inequality, racism and imperialism. Yet state sponsored commemorations on MLK Day have consistently left out this narrative. They have chosen instead to construct an image of a harmless saint who dreamt […]

The voice of a slave who is not afraid to speak out against Alabama’z wickedness and corruption

by Ismail Shabazz Written Jan. 5, 2015 – When I arrived at Childersburg Community Work Center on Oct. 25, 2013, I did so with one of the worst cases of ringworm any of the medical staff here or at St. Clair had ever seen. How that came to be I will explain later. It didn’t […]

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Being a Radical: Assata Taught Me

justin adkins For years I have been reading about Assata Shakur. I read newspaper articles; I watched discussions about her on Democracy Now! and other radical news outlets; I’d seen her name emblazoned on shirts, and some of my favorite revolutionaries quote her. Last week, I finally picked up her autobiography. I couldn’t put it […]

Meja Yellow Ribbon New Single in collaboration w/ Amnesty International and Free the Angola 3

Yellow Ribbon, Mejas new single released in collaboration with Amnesty International and Free the Angola3 to call for the freedom of Albert Woodfox, the last of ” The Angola 3″ still behind bars where he has spent over 42 years in Solitary Confinement in Louisiana USA. Please Take Action for Alberts Freedom!https://www.amnesty.se/engagera-dig/a…