Police are still killing black people. Why isn’t it news anymore?

The activism never stopped. But the attention to it vanished. Protestors gather last year near the spot where Philando Castile was fatally shot by a police officer in Minnesota. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post) By Wesley Lowery As the video begins, Edward Minguela, 32, is standing on the sidewalk. His hands are in the air. Three Camden County, N.J., […]

Killing Black Children iz an Amerikkkan Tradition

by Stacey Patton As we grieve, rage, and try to assess the verdict in the racially-charged Michael Dunn murder case, it is essential for us to remember that the brutal and random killings of black children like Aiyana Jones Jordan Davis, Travyon Martin, Kimani Gray, Darius Simmons, Renisha McBride, and Dione Payne who was beaten, […]

Black August 2016

by NABPP-PC Minister of Justice Bobby Marion Dixon From behind the enemy lines of the California State Prison System, from within the “belly of the beast” that is the Amerikan injustice system, I greet you all and call for your full attention to the annual commemoration of Black August and invite all prisoners and families […]

The mental anguish of the black man in Amerika (Sterling was one of many)

                                       The Mental Anguish of The Black Man in America (Sterling was one of many)                                             […]

Racism and Afrikan-Amerikan men: Killing without a gun

by Yael Levin Racism has a long history in the United States, from slavery in the 18th and 19th centuries through Jim Crow laws in the 20th century. After these laws were struck down, many Americans believed that racism was no longer a problem. Particularly after President Barack Obama’s election in 2008, it seemed to […]

The Science of Why Kopz Shoot Young Black Men

And how to reform our bigoted brains. —By Chris Mooney “You’re not, like, a total racist bastard,” David Amodio tells me. He pauses. “Today.” I’m sitting in the soft-spoken cognitive neuroscientist‘s spotless office nestled within New York University’s psychology department, but it feels like I’m at the doctor’s, getting a dreaded diagnosis. On his giant […]

Prospect – Colorblind ( Don’t Shoot )

(Colorblind) Download Song: https://www.soundcloud.com/yaladyspro… Instagram & Twitter: Yaladysprospect Prospect Raps About & Voices His feelings on America, Black Community, and Black Empowerment. Believes that Gun Violence Needs to Stop. Police Brutality should be rectified, and more Love should be distributed rather than Hatred. Inspired by 2014 Injustice of Crimes, Police Brutality, and Every day Murders […]

The Liberal Media and the Ideology of Black Victimhood

by THOMAS BARKER As police brutality and racist violence are once again shunted to the centre stage of US politics, figures such as Michael Brown take their place in a seemingly endless string of victims. From Eric Garner in 2014, Trayvon Martin in 2012, Rodney King in 1991, back to the 1963 execution of the […]


by a California prisoner January 2015 permalink Justice? What justice? There is no such thing as justice. Visit the jails and here’s what you’ll see. “Just us” occupying these modern day concentration camps. Justice? What justice? Inside the courtroom you think you’ll find justice? Absolutely not. You’ll find just-ice. What do we associate ice with? […]

Disobedience iz being Black or Brown

by Victor Garcia I’ve been drawing all my life, drawing with everything but paint, but most of my art had no meaning. Other artists I have seen in the Bay View and other publications have inspired me to create this piece, which carries a message: The pit bull, well, he represents America. Pit bulls are […]