Political Prisoner Seth Hayes Needs Us Again! PLEASE CALL, WRITE AND FAX TODAY! Seth has been suffering from uncontrolled diabetes for over 15 years now. His sugars go up to the 400’s, then down so low he falls into a diabetic coma. He has had 3 such code blue diabetic comas in the past 2 […]

‘I’m no threat’ – will Obama pardon one of the world’z longest-serving politikal prisonerz?

Oscar López Rivera – AKA the Mandela of Puerto Rico – has been in a US jail for 35 years for his part in the independence struggle. He talks about renouncing violence and his dream of seeing the monarch butterfly again Protesters call for Oscar López Rivera’s release at the White House on 9 October. […]

Mumia Abu-Jamal on Mass Incarceration Under a Black President & 50th Anniv. of Black Panther Party

Mumia Abu-Jamal former resident of Pennsylvania’s death row for 29 years. For decades, Abu-Jamal has argued racism by the trial judge and prosecutors led to his conviction for the killing of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner. He is an award-winning journalist who chronicles the human condition. Former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal calls from prison to […]

Growing Up West End: Reflectionz on the Influence of Imam Jamil Al-Amin

by Masood Abdul-Haqq – October 11, 2016 At the heart of the West End neighborhood of Atlanta is the Community Mosque, a quaint house, turned spiritual refuge, for Black Muslims from all over the country. In the early 1990s, at the heart of the Community Mosque, was Imam Jamil Al-Amin, a gangly, soft spoken man […]

Update on recent health scare of Robert “Seth” Hayez

Greetings Everyone, here’s an update on Seth’s health from his amazing Daughter Crystal. #BLACKLIVESMATTER in prison too! I just got off the phone with my father, who’s health is a constant roller coaster. This month alone, he was sent to the infirmary overnight for observations twice and to an outside hospital for emergency treatment. Every […]

Celebrating the 75th birthday of Soledad Brother George Lester Jackson, Sept. 23, 1941-Aug. 21, 1971

by Kiilu Nyasha As we honor the 75th birthday of our beloved Comrade George Jackson, field marshal of the Black Panther Party behind prison walls, may we remember his revolutionary ideas and practice, his mentors and his sacrifice. Author of two books, “Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson,” a 1970 bestseller reprinted three […]

Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (a.k.a.) H. Rap Brown

Happy Earth-day Geronimo Pratt

Geronimo Pratt (born Elmer Pratt), also known as Geronimo Ji Jaga and Ji Jaga Pratt, was a high-ranking member of the Black Panther Party. The FBI targeted him in a COINTELPRO operation, which aimed to “neutralize Pratt as an effective BPP functionary.” Pratt was tried and convicted of the kidnap and murder of Caroline Olsen […]

Angela Daviz Deliverz the 17th Steve Biko Memorial Lecture

Angela Davis reflects on radical movements, radical imagination, relationships between generations of liberation activists and new forms of leadership.

Champion of resistance: Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3, survivor of 43 yearz in solitary confinement, speakz in San Francisco

by Carole Seligman I had the true honor of attending a welcoming reception for Albert Woodfox, the last of the Angola 3, on Sept. 7 in San Francisco. Albert was the speaker at a spirited meeting of friends and supporters sponsored by ANSWER. Albert spent 43 years of his 44 years in prison in solitary […]