Dr. Mutulu Shakur

   KNOW THAT HAVE ALSO SENT THERE LOVE AND SUPPORT THROUGH OUT THE 30 YEARS OF MY DETENTION .THANK YOU DR. MUTULU SHAKUR United States Penitentiary P.O. Box 3900 Adelanto CA,92301 Dearest Friends and Family, I am truly pleased to hear from you all. I hope you’re in the best of health and spirit. I […]

I was one of the last onez to see our beloved Brotha Yogi alive

by Vernell Devon Bush My name is Devon Bush, a Black Afrikan inmate in struggle here in CSP Sac. Look, I was involved in the riot that took place Aug. 12, 2015, in the B-Yard. Also, I was one of the last ones to see our beloved Brotha Hugo L.A. “Yogi Bear” Pinell R.I.P. alive. […]

Interview with Kojo Bomani Sababu

Just received from our comrades at NYC ABC: 16 Jan – Interview with Kojo Bomani Sababu Below is a self interview from Kojo Bomani Sababu, currently incarcerated in the federal system in West Virginia. This interview was conducted a few years ago, but only recently published. MORE: 1: How did you come by your current […]

Send your playlist to Black Power 96

Uhuru Comrades! Black Power 96 is building its music library and needs your input. We are seeking revolutionary, progressive and wholesome tracks from all genres, throughout the African diaspora. Please create a list, including artist name and song title, of your top 25 songs (can be more), and submit it to dj@blackpower96.org. Help make Black […]

BOOK: ANGELA DAVIS’ NEW BOOK “FREEDOM IZ A CONSTANT STRUGGLE – FERGUSON, PALESTINE, AND THE FOUNDATION OF A MOVEMENT” TO BE RELEASED NEXT MONTH

The goddess known as Angela Davis is releasing a new book next month called, “Freedom Is a Constant Struggle – Ferguson, Palestine, and The Foundation Of A Movement.” “Freedom”, a collection of essays, interviews, and speeches, is a vehicle in which Davis uses to connect the dots between institutionalized state violence and oppression throughout history […]

DR. ANGELA DAVIS: REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVIST, SCHOLAR, AUTHOR, FREEDOM FIGHTER

Angela Yvonne Davis was born January 26, 1944, in Birmingham, Alabama. She spent her childhood years in the turbulent “Dynamite Hill” area, which, true to its nickname, was marred by white supremacist terrorist attacks on black residents. She grew up surrounded by revolutionary activists, as her mother worked with a civil rights organization that was […]

NEXT WEEK IN LOZ ANGELEZ – A SOLDIER SPEAKZ: SEKOU ODINGA IN LOZ ANGELEZ

A Soldier Speaks: Sekou Odinga in Los Angeles We can thank Black Lives Matter for popularizing the words of Assata Shakur (“We have a duty to fight for our freedom …”), and we can thank Sekou Odinga for his role in liberating her from prison on November 2, 1979. Sekou Odinga, former member of the […]

KOMRADE BIG BROTHER HUEY P. NEWTON: REVOLUTIONARY BEHIND THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY (BPP)

Huey P. Newton was born on February 17, 1942, in Monroe, Louisiana. His family moved to the Bay Area of California in 1945, where he grew up being made to feel ashamed of his blackness. He came from a close-knit family, and never went without adequate food or shelter. He graduated high school in 1959. […]

“It is Better to Fight”: On Martin and Malcolm

The effigy of a black man, a son of Southern soil and descendant of slaves, now stands over the nation’s Mall among its founding fathers, notorious slave owner in front and the so-called Great Emancipator to his back. Looking out over the placid Tidal Basin with a steely-eyed reserve and chiseled determination, the Martin Luther […]

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 […]