Censoring the Bay View showz how much master fearz a revolt

by Malcolme Morgan Before the hunger strikes and the Ashker settlement ended indefinite solitary confinement in California and released nearly everyone from solitary into general population, artists in solitary played a major role in the movement. This is by one of the best and most prolific. – Art: Michael D. Russell, C-90473, HDSP D3-20, P.O. […]

The Bigot’z View of Black Livez Matter

    Black Lives Matter is comprised of a group of people who are tired of Black people being brutalized and killed by police. They organize to protest this treatment by exercising their first amendment right; freedom of assembly. Anyone who has a problem with that is mentally twisted. The name “Black Lives Matter,” does […]

Video on the Virgin Islandz 3

  Author name: Michael Antonio Joseph, writing as Michael A. Joseph, Esq. Title: Fountain Valley 1972 Page size/soft or hardcover/color or b&w interior/page count/SRP/ISBN: 6×9, soft, b&w, 252 pp, $15.95, 978-1-62857-984-0 Synopsis: My family grew up on the U.S. island of St. Croix, free from America’s skin color drama. We locals refer to white people […]

Dallas Shooting: Where Peaceful Existence iz Impossible, Violence iz Inevitable

by Frank Castro   When John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, Malcolm X famously commented “[President Kennedy] never foresaw that the chickens would come home to roost so soon… Chickens coming home to roost never did make me sad.” Following the backlash of what many considered Malcolm’s callous remarks, the Civil Rights leader clarified […]

18 Examplez Of Racism In The Criminal Legal System

None dare call this justice. by Bill Quigley Racism may well be the biggest crime in the criminal legal system. If present trends continue, 1 of every 4 African American males born this decade can expect to go to prison in his lifetime, despite the fact that the Census Bureau reports that the U.S. is […]

Revisionist Bullshit: Major French institution teachez kidz that some u.s. (united snakez) slavez had “pleasant livez” & that racial discrimination ended in 1964

Musée du Quai Branly’s booklet for kids starts with several questionable paragraphs stating that some slaves had “pleasant lives” and that the Civil Rights Act from 1964 marked “the end of racial discrimination”… Many say this is revisionist “History” at its best. Major Parisian institution Musée du Quai Branly just launched ‘The Color Line’, a […]

From the Civil War to Today: Centuriez of Institutional Racism, Explained in Less Than 20 Minutez

Screen shot via Facebook The history of racism in the United States is not a simple topic, but actor Romany Malco successfully delves into the topic in less than 20 minutes in a new video posted to Facebook. In “The Racket of Racism,” Malco explains how we can trace the current prison-industrial complex and reliance […]

The Black Panther Party (BPP). The Battle against Poverty, Racism, Imperialism and Police Brutality

By Hugo Turner Dedicated to my friend and Comrade Marland X @CharlieMBrownX In my last article I dealt with the life of Black Panther Party Founder Huey P. Newton. (image right) I also discussed the origins of the Black Panther Party or BPP. Huey Newton and Bobby Seale formed the BPP in Oakland California to battle […]

Copz are still shooting to kill at Amerika’z largest police-training exercise

  By Mary Noble Over Labor Day weekend, sports players all over the United States knelt to protest police killings of black Americans. Meanwhile, I watched Sgts. Spencer Fomby and Rashawn Cummings, two Berkeley police officers involved in fatal civilian shootings, walk into an abandoned building in Hayward, CA, to practice killing people in a […]