In Search of the Right Theory for Today’z Strugglez: Revisiting Huey P. Newton’z Theory of Revolutionary Intercommunalism

“Without revolutionary theory there can be no revolutionary movement.” – Lenin1 Introduction Revolution is the complete rupturing of established relations between an oppressed and oppressor class, whereby the oppressor is overthrown and the oppressed seize and exercise power with the purpose of preventing themselves from being oppressed again. To have even a chance of success, […]

Prisonerz and Politikz: from the San Quentin Six to Pelican Bay

September 23 – 518 Valencia Street – 7:30p California holds more prisoners than any other state while the U.S. incarcerates far more people than anywhere else on earth. During the 1960s and 1970s a political movement erupted among the imprisoned—Dan Berger’s new book Captive Nation takes us through that political history. We welcome Luis “Bato” […]

The United Statez Of Amerika Iz A Corporation Owned By Foreign Interestz

Below are two articles covering the fact that, since the Act of 1871 which established the District of Columbia, we have been living under the UNITED STATES CORPORATION which is owned by certain international bankers and aristocracy of Europe and Britain. In 1871 the Congress changed the name of the original Constitution by changing ONE […]

Penn GSE Report Offerz District-By-District Look At How Black Studentz Are Disciplined At Highest Ratez In Southern Schoolz

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — In schools across the United States, Black students are punished more severely than their peers. But nowhere are Black students suspended or expelled more than in the South. Fifty-five percent of the 1.2 million Black students suspended in the U.S. live in just 13 Southern states. Read the FULL REPORT, […]

Black Panther cub on new era of civil action

What I remember most viscerally is the fear. It had been almost four hours, and I couldn’t get the handcuffs off. The lights in the underground subway station were flickering, and I had an almost phobic fear of the dark. The white cop who had cuffed me to the gate inside the subway station was […]

Know Thy Enemy

by a Wisconsin prisoner July 2015 permalink With the growing calls and efforts to establish tangible peace and understanding amongst the litany of disparate “Lumpenos” that inhabit and coexist inside the many ghettos and over-bloated prison camps of the United $tates, and who suffer the same systematic cycles of inherent and inherited poverty, inequality, and […]

The Civil War: Lessonz for today’z struggle

By Sam Marcy Below are excerpts from the book “The Klan and the Government: Foes or Allies?” written in 1983 by Sam Marcy, the founder of Workers World Party. The entire book can be read online at In the Civil War in the U.S., the bourgeois democratic revolution was aborted. It did result in […]

It’z Not Just the Confederate Flag

  By William Loren Katz The Confederate flag represents a threat to citizens of color, a symbol of treason against the United States, and a war fought on behalf of slaveholders. But there are other equally offensive symbols that have not attracted the attention they should. For example, a statue of former South Carolina governor […]

Forgotten Art: Afrikan Fighing Systemz

By Pendekar Suchi Richard Crabbe-de-Bordes & Pesilat Scott McQuaid The Greeks named Venus the God of War and so we shall name ours… The art of combat is said to have originated from Egypt, early hieroglyphics document this theory but it was the Greeks that developed and shaped the system of combat, calling it Pankration […]