Detroit’ Is One Of The Most Irresponsible And Dangerous Movies Of the Year

The film is egregious, both in what it includes and what it omits.   By Mary Phillips Assistant Professor, Lehman College, CUNY   The church was packed. “Watch accurate justice administered by citizens of the community,” a flier announced. “Review and watch the evidence for yourself.” Nearly two thousand black people and a smattering of whites […]

Civil rights activist Gloria Richardson Dandridge had no time for the madness

Gloria Richardson Dandridge is a civil rights icon best known for leading the 1960s Cambridge Movement in Cambridge, Maryland. Dandridge, who was initially reluctant to join actions organized by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) because she disagreed with their non-violence regulations, became the spokesperson for and helped create the Cambridge Nonviolent Action Committee, the […]

The Hidden History of the SNCC Research Department

by Derek Seidman “AT LAST!! THE PAPER YOU HAVE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR!! WHAT IS THE SNCC RESEARCH DEPARTMENT……” This was the headline of a February 1965 circular, typed and mimeographed, that went around to chapters of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee — or SNCC, as it commonly went by — across the US. SNCC […]

Why the assassination of Fred Hampton matterz today

by David A. Love Fred Hampton Fred Hampton. Say his name. On this anniversary of the slaying of the Black Panther leader in Chicago — when black people face the fight of their lives — it is important for us to understand why his life and death mean so much to us now. The charismatic […]

Stokely Carmichael

‪#‎BlackAugust‬ – Stokely Carmichael, the Trinidadian-American activist, was one of the most prominent figures in the Civil Rights Movement. He was the leader of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, an ‘Honorary Prime Minister’ of the Black Panther Party, and a leader of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party. Carmichael was elected the national chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

An organization which claims to speak for the needs of a community, as does the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, must speak in the tone of that community, not as somebody else’s buffer zone. This is the significance of black power as a slogan. For once, black people are going to use the words they want […]

NEWARK TOMORROW: Welcome Former 47 Year Long Politikal Prisoner Sekou Kambui To The People’z Organization For Progress Meeting

CALLING ALL… NEW JERSEY PANTHERS, ZULUS, REVOLUTIONARIES & ACTIVISTS! THE PEOPLE’S ORGANIZATION FOR PROGRESS PO BOX 22505 NEWARK, NJ 07101 973 801 0001 http://www.njpop.org CONTACT: LAWRENCE HAMM FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FORMER PANTHER POLITICAL PRISONER SEKOU KAMBUI SPEAKS!                 On Thursday, August 18th, former Alabama Black Panther Sekou Cinque Kambui will be a guest speaker at […]

Black Livez Matter Demandz Freedom for Killerz of Black and White Copz

by Daniel Greenfield The Black Nationalist hate group Black Lives Matter released its agenda. Among its demands for reparations and a tax on air, not to mention an end to automation, it demands freedom for cop killers. The “political power” part of the agenda demands, “We are calling for the release of all political prisoners […]

50th anniversary of the Black Power slogan and it’z significance

lipstickalley.com Abayomi Azikiwe Kwame Ture was initially resistant to raising the slogan but after his unjust arrest took the podium and said “We Want Black Power!” The enthusiastic response would usher in a new era in the African American liberation struggle impacting the political discourse for at least another decade. On June 16, 1966, the […]

Stokely Carmichael, Black Power and the age of political repression

Why did Amerika’s ruling elitez declare war on the black movement? credits: CBS by  Abayomi Azikiwe   Assorted documents found in the FBI files of Stokely Carmichael from 1966 provide a glimpse of the degree to which the federal government under the Lyndon B. Johnson administration sought to curtail and liquidate the advancing civil rights and […]