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Jamal Hart, Mumia’s grandson, has kept up the fight to bring his grandfather home.
If I was going to bring the Panthers in AR, it would be on a Black-owned platform created by me.
Education Reporter Daphne Young brings 99 percent good news and holiday cheer for the uplift we’ve been craving.
Whenever and wherever the People gather like a mighty Storm To fight for Freedom that hasn't yet been won They will always whisper with Pride and Respect The Power-filled name Maroon – The Implacable One
The stench of rot will continue to emit from the genocidal acts of racist, capitalist, white pathology and President Biden’s apology, until we say “NO”!
Salifu Mack opens another window into why sustained focus and education on the recent Verdict of ‘Guilty on All Counts’ by the International Tribunal’s Panel of Jurists is critical to liberation and self-determination.
Trust and humanity are every day seeming more elusive as we struggle to sort fact from fiction, love from treachery – and human resiliency keeps us from despair.
The International Tribunal 2021 and subsequent verdict places the Movement for liberation and self-determination on the international stage with the onus on We the People to create the next steps forward.
The International Tribunal will hear testimony on U.S. crimes against Black, Brown and Indigenous people to which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once referred stating the United States is the greatest purveyor of violence on the planet.
Celebrating the Black Panther Party for Defense birthed in Oakland 55 years ago, Baba Jahahara also shares appreciation of the many past and present jewels of our communities.
Black August Rally and Concert: Meet at the Larkspur Ferry parking lot at 10 a.m., march to San Quentin West Gate for rally at 11 a.m.
My goal as a muralist is to remind those of the diaspora of the strength, beauty and the life we hold and give to this world.
In this powerful writing of a revolutionary history, education as foundation becomes glaringly obvious and unequivocally key to achieving true freedom.
Shared by Arlene Eisen is a wedding of love loving love in the memorial celebration of the powerful and expansive life of Terry Collins, a true human being who stood and lived for the people, now joining the Ancestors.
Keeping it real, honorable, celebratory and focused, Baba Jahahara brings our news home.
The beauty of Romaine 'Chip' Fitzgerald is the essence of his humanity, transitioned to the realm of the Ancestors while leaving a rich legacy and clear message with us to fight the good fight knowing that the oppressors can neither jail nor shackle the spirit of liberation. Every day is a victory.
“Where is the humanity in that?” asks Nube Brown who pulls the lens in tight on the inhumane policies of the Prison Industrial Slave Complex perpetrated on all human beings suffering prison atrocities of torture, dehumanization, exploitation, extraction, starvation, death by health neglect and physical abuse, while making billions off the backs of those they hold captive.
As described by Jay Rene Shakur, the crucial element necessary to reclaim dignity and social well-being as human beings, is the heart of humanity, and humanism itself. Yet humanism today seems obscured, lost, hidden, withdrawn or morphed, leaving the front lines and leadership disadvantaged in the fight for our humanity.
Victor Wallis remembers his friend, Hugh Lyons, incarcerated numerous times in IDOC’s Pendleton Correctional Facility. Lyons’ humanity, buoyant spirit, sensitive, compassionate and gifted aspects, seen also in so many other prisoners, are today even more systematically discounted and disregarded by the Indiana Department of Corrections.
The call to act is urgent to free Mumia Abu Jamal, Russel "Maroon" Shoatz, and all political prisoners, with sustained mass movement of collective energy to accept nothing less than unconditional compassionate release for our fellow brothers and sisters held by the U.S.