Information gleaned from 20 years on the Move: John Africa’s Organization

From Marpessa Kupendua, 7 November 1995 The MOVE Organization surfaced in Philadelphia during the early 1970’s. Characterized by dreadlock hair, the adopted surname “Africa”, a principled unity, and an uncompromising commitment to their belief, members practiced the teachings of MOVE founder JOHN AFRICA.   Move’s work is to stop industry from poisoning the air, the […]

Wilson Goode is NO FRIEND of the MOVE Org!/ 5/13 MOVE Program Organizing

2/18 Postings from Sis. Ramona Africa   From:   ONA MOVE ALL!  It was brought to our attention by a supporter that Wilson Goode is going around saying that he and MOVE are on good terms and have put the bombing behind us.  MOVE will NEVER put the mass murder of our family behind […]

2/21 Albany Occupy Prisons Action for ending PP Jalil Muntaqim’s solitary confinement!

NOTE: The Free Mumia Coalition will be driving up to Albany for this Occupy Prisons Action, call our hotline if you want to join us.  212 330-8029   Justice For Jali!   End Prison Abuse and Solitary Confinement!   Attica “Correctional” Facility, January 23, 2012.   Jalil Anthony Bottom, a former Black Panther, was sentenced […]


TRUE SKOOL RADIO’S OWN LEGENDARY D.J. AFRIKA BAMBAATAA, LORD YODA X AND DR. SHAKA ZULU TO HOST THE NYC 2PAC SHAKUR TRIBUTE & PP/POW BENEFIT IN MARCH   “CULTURE IS A WEAPON”     The Tupac Shakur & Gil Scott Heron Legacy Continues…. The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr./1199 SEIU Labor Center Presents: A (2) Day – All Day  “True […]

Kevin Rashid Johnson has been moved to Oregon!

Friends, Rashid called Prison Radio today with this new info. He was transferred to Oregon. Guards came to his Wallens Ridge cell, shackled him and put him in a van (or ?) and drove him for two days (not telling him where he was going) to Wilsonville, Oregon, where he has been in a “holding […]

The Challenge of Black Nationalism

One of the biggest challenges African people face in America is to rejuvenate Black Nationalist thinking as struggle to determine for ourselves as a people what is in our best collective interests. There are far too many African people in this country who think what is good for other people should be good for us. […]

Why do most konscious minded Afrikan Amerikanz spell Afrika with a K? Do you really know?

by Make’da Fatou Na’eem Why I spell Afrika with a K……     According to the Afrikan-American poet and writer Haki Madhubuti in his From Plan to Planet (1973), there are basically four reasons to spell Afrika with a K.   They are: 1. Most vernacular or traditional languages on the Continent spell Afrika with […]

Justice makes a nation great

by Michael Zaharibu Dorrough Zaharibu, who has been in isolation for 23½ years, was “validated” as a “gang member” and condemned to solitary confinement for having this classic and four other books by renowned authors in his cell and sharing them with other prisoners. Prison authorities labeled these books “gang material.” I read once that […]

From bad to worse by Kevin “Rashid” Johnson, called the new George Jackson

Transferred from Red Onion to Wallens Ridge State Prison by Kevin “Rashid” Johnson Rashid Johnson On Jan. 20, 2012, I was transferred from Virginia’s Red Onion to Wallens Ridge State Prison. This transfer came on the heels of a Dec. 12, 2011, incident where a large portion of my hair was ripped out by a […]