In 2018 the Oakland Roots Soccer Club was formed. In the Fall of 2019, they began to play in the National Independent Soccer Association. In 2021, the Oakland Roots Soccer Club began to play in the USL Championship, the second division of professional soccer in the United States.
So that’s how I see myself and my work. I want to liberate at least one (Black) person, multiple people would be astounding. If I can offer them a good story, or a poem that just touches the soul and gives them hope, I want to remind us of our humanity so we can go forward and free someone else; then my life would never be in vain.
by Robbie Jackson April 20 is upon us, and in the Bay Area, it’s more than just a holiday. It’s a way of life. So on 4/20, the actual day, there will be so many...
The fight for freedom and revolution is kept alive through photos of the Black Panther Party, captured by Jeffrey Blankfort
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WWIII is gearing up and we trying to survive already with no time or energy to worry about it.
The epitome of the best in humanity shines in Mumia Abu-Jamal.
U.S. Guilty of Genocide, again and again – passion in unity is the fight forward.
The US as humanitarian imperialist, evokes. . .’Inspiring Stories of Resilience and Humanity’ from Rwanda.
The ”Mumia Exceptions” and “Mumia Laws” are real – and damning.
Despite the threat of further terror, Rwandan genocide survivors write their stories so we, especially Americans, will know the truth about the U.S.-Kagame alliance.
US empire relentless with anti-democratic policies supporting authoritarian leaders and plunder of natural resources in the Congo and other nations globally.
This a call for We the People to counter the prison system’s strategic tactic of medical neglect and denial with intentional genocide of political prisoners.