Art imitates life: The Black Panther Party and the birth of a comic book seriez

A Special Collections exhibit organized by graduate students examines the famed Marvel Comics Black Panther series and its connections to black history, including the Black Panther Party By Peggy Townsend An exhibit organized by grad students crystal am nelson, Kiran Garcha, and Cathy Thomas (left to right) includes 45 Black Panther comics as well as […]

Baridi X Williamson: I went inside my heart to survive the torture in the Pelican Bay SHU

by Baridi X Williamson Part I: Upon leaving Pelican Bay SHU solitary confinement, my firsts (of many) Leaving out of Pelican Bay solitary confinement torture prison facilities/units/cages for the first time on Jan. 23, 2015 – after arriving there Nov. 29, 1990 – I remember witnessing my first sunrise as the CDCr (California Department of […]

We Must Survive Until We Can Transform Society

by  Huey P. Newton A Ten-Point Program is not revolutionary in itself, nor is it reformist. It is a survival program. We, the people, are threatened with genocide because racism and fascism are rampant in this country and throughout the world. And the ruling circle in North America is responsible. We intend to change all […]

Defining and Measuring the Lumpen Class in the United Statez: A Preliminary Analysis

            by MIM(Prisons)                                            permalink MIM(Prisons) began to draft a book on the lumpen class a few years ago. We found a gap in the theoretical material on this subject and realized that our observations […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

Any revolution is going to be a harvest of the dispossessed, the downtrodden and the most radical and violent young men, for the cause of their liberation. People take with them into struggle the legacy of their oppression and the weapons they’ve been taught to use to survive. People learn through the struggle. If it goes […]

Beloved politikal prisoner Hugo ‘Yogi Bear’ Pinell, feared and hated by guardz, assassinated after 46 yearz in solitary

Rest in power Komrade Hugo “Yogi Bear’ Pinell an honoured Ancestor who could not be controlled nor broken. Panther Love August 14, 2015 by Dr. Willie and Mary Ratcliff Black August add another hero and martyr to the roll. By some accounts, it was his first day on the yard after 46 years in solitary […]

Review of “Writing on the Wall”

By Jennifer Black Edited by Johanna Fernandez with an electrifying foreword by Cornel West, Writing on the Wall is Abu- Jamal’s 8th book.  Following in the tradition of Live from Death Row, it is destined to become another classic tome in the canon of Prison Literature and Mumia’s broad reaching political commentary produced from the bowels of the […]