The Forgotten Pantherz: Omaha Two

  In 1971, Omaha Black Panther leaders Edward Poindexter and Mondo we Langa were sentenced to life in prison for a bombing that killed a local police officer. In the 45 years since, they’ve been fighting for a quieter type of liberation — their own. On a 100-degree day this past July, Edward Poindexter woke […]

Female Black Panther Party, Sexism in the Group?

by  Nana Baakan Agyiriwah NB COMMENTARY: I really wanted to NOT be in this Beyoncé Madness, but the irony of it all is to see folks being offended by her antics to the point of calling it racist when in fact, if they took the time to read the lyrics, they would see the song […]

Two Former Black Pantherz Weigh In On #BlackLivezMatter

by Cherie Saunders (L-R) Director Stanley Nelson and film participants Ericka Huggins and Jamal Joseph speak onstage during ‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’ press conference as part of the PBS portion of the 2016 Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour at Langham Hotel on January 19, 2016 in Pasadena, California. *The Black Panther Party […]

Insurgent Practice and the Black Panther Party (BPP): an Interview with Joshua Bloom

                 by   Joshua Bloom, Patrick King and Ben Mabie Patrick King: We want to start from a methodological standpoint, thinking about what kind of intervention Black Against Empire makes in terms of social movement theory, a field which can often seem divorced from a real understanding of political […]

Yogi and Harold were leaderz among men: Two storiez of revolutionary valor

by Brother Khalfani Malik Khaldun “Princes shall come out of Egypt: Ethiopia shall soon stretch forth her hands unto God.” – Psalm 68:31 Prison is but a microcosm of the larger society. So what occurs in society occurs in prison, only on a smaller scale. Leaders are born or forged as a result of repressive […]

Nebraska claimz Omaha Two have not asked for release from prison

Ed Poindexter and Mondo we Langa are serving life sentences at the Nebraska State Penitentiary by Michael Richardson The Nebraska Board of Pardons claims neither Edward Poindexter nor Mondo we Langa, former David Rice, have asked for reconsideration of their sentence. The two men, now known as theOmaha Two, have been imprisoned forty-five years for […]

WORDZ OF THE EZLN ON THE 22ND ANNIVERSARY OF THE BEGINNING OF THE WAR AGAINST OBLIVION

GOOD EVENING, GOOD DAY COMPAÑERO AND COMPAÑERA BASES OF SUPPORT FROM THE ZAPATISTA ARMY FOR NATIONAL LIBERATION, COMPAÑERO/AS MILICIANOS AND MILICIANAS,[i] INSURGENTS, LOCAL AND REGIONALRESPONSABLES,[ii] AUTHORITIES FROM THE THREE LEVELS OF AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT, COMPAÑERO/ASPROMOTORES AND PROMOTORAS[iii] OF THE DIFFERENT WORK AREAS, COMPAÑEROS AND COMPAÑERAS OF THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SIXTH, AND ALL WHO ARE PRESENT. […]

MOVE 9 Media Month 2016

Ona Move The first four months of 2016 will prove to be very crucial as we have initiated this new campaign geared toward the May 2016 parole hearings of Janet, Janine, and Debbie Africa. This issue with the parole board is one that we will not let go away and one that will be exposed […]

GENERATION REVOLUTION’ – A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE NEW GENERATION OF BLACK & BROWN ACTIVISTZ

By Alexander Aplerku Take a look at the trailer for ‘Generation Revolution’ – an upcoming documentary about the new generation of black & brown activists, from the perspective of black and brown activists themselves. The co-directors/producers of the project (Cassie Quarless and Usayd Younis) state: “Generation Revolution is a feature-length documentary film that brings to […]

Panther Vision

Komrade Rashid kontinez to feed the mindz & nourishez the soul of all Nu-Afrikan captivez and yez he let’z our captorz and oppresserz know that resistance will kontinue from each generation to the next.  Mosi Author:Kevin Rashid Johnson Format: Paperback Size: 496 pages ISBN: 9781894946766 Publisher: Kersplebedeb Publishing 2015 Price:$24.95 (USD) Kevin “Rashid” Johnson entered the u.s. prison […]