Please donate to the … Guillermo Morales-Assata Shakur Center Legal Campaign Fund Tuesday, December 30, 2014 Dear Freedom Loving People On Sunday, October 20, 2013 and without any notice or warning; CCNY President Lisa S. Cioco and CUNY Central authorized both the illegal campus police occupation and the illegal search and seizure of personal property […]
“Police Reform” Is Not A Solution Because Politically It Leaves The Same Racist National Police Union Controlled Institutional Structure & Terrorist Occupation Intact. – THIS IS THE ONLY “Non-Violent” ANSWER! XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Decentralization, Mandatory Residency And The Completely Autonomous Community Control Of The Police & Public Safety A REAL Solution To Police Misconduct, Brutality & Murder […]
Download Podcast A Political Prisoner Radio discussion of the latest update in the case of political prisoner, victim of racism, Sundiata Acoli who recently won an appeal against a parole board’s decision to deny Acoli parole in 2011. A Media Watch campaign has formed to monitor the Internet for negative press and police propaganda […]
“I know it’s going to work for me when I get out,” one inmate said confidently, standing in the middle of a busy Vocational Electrician classroom inside the walls of Folsom State Prison (FSP). He is one of 27 prisoners in the class learning valuable skills and earning certifications, putting each one of them […]
By Gabriel Teodros A distant father figure who I’ve never once met. A living hero whose words written from a prison cell had a deeper effect and helped raise me more than most teachers I’ve ever had. Mumia let me know with every offering that I wasn’t alone, and he did it from a place […]
On Monday, April 9, six Florida State University students made international headlines by conducting a bold act of civil disobedience: blocking the doors of the police department that failed to jail George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin.
This edition of the podcast, we talk with one of the students who participated in the action, Michael Sampson of Dream Defenders, about the Trayvon Martin case, the climate for people of color in Florida and youth organizing in the state. Also mentioned this program are the US Human Rights Network’s petition campaign, social media friends/allies and getting connected with People Of Color Organize.
Music this go-around features Trayvon Martin dedications by Mista F.A.B. and Reef the Lost Cauze, as well as a history lesson via Michelle Shocked. Some classic backgrounds courtesy of Wu Tang Clan and Mobb Deep wrap it up.
BULLIES [col. writ. 2/28/12) ©’12 Mumia Abu-Jamal An American schoolboy comes to school, seething with emotion. In the blink of an eye, several other students are either dead or seriously wounded, on death’s doorway, and a youngster faces a life-changing moment, and perhaps the end of his days in freedom, after the latest school shooting. […]
THE BLACK PANTHER October 19, 1968 MEXICAN STUDENT STRUGGLE SHAKES LATIN AMERICA MEXICO CITY–The Mexican students have been heroically waging an unprecedentedly fierce struggle against the reactionary authorities’ barbarous suppression and cruel persecution and bloody slaughter. This storm of large-scale mass struggle is powerfully battering the rule of the Mexican monopoly capitalist class and is […]