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Boycott Michigan! Jail Snyder, cronies for Flint lead poisoning, domestic terrorism,...

The deliberate lead poisoning of the people of Flint, especially its children, babies and those still in their mothers’ wombs, likely ranks among the greatest genocidal crimes in the U.S. in the 21st century, an act of domestic terrorism comparable only to the thousands of murders of unarmed Blacks, Latinos and poor people by law enforcement since 2000. Direct action by the people can be the only appropriate response.

Mumia Abu-Jamal’s eighth book: ‘Writing on the Wall’

Mumia Abu-Jamal’s eighth book written from prison cells in the state of Pennsylvania, USA, is a selection of 107 essays that date from January 1982 to October 2014. They cover practically the entire period of his incarceration as an internationally recognized political prisoner. Most of the pieces were written while he was on death row after being framed for the murder of police officer Daniel Faulkner on Dec. 9, 1981, in the city of Philadelphia.

What Fox News and Hannity blocked me from saying: Mumia as...

In classic Fox form, the interview with me would not be about the case or about the appointment of Adegbile. In the end, the point of the segment was for Fox to call Mumia “a thrice-convicted cop killer” as many times as possible, and to associate that with Debo Adegbile so as to strategically energize a right-wing agenda against the gains of the civil rights movement – following the same pattern as in their successful campaign to decommission Van Jones.

Steve Champion: Nine days into his death row hunger strike, he’s...

Adisa (Steve Champion) is doing very well. He is in a strong mindset and very dedicated to his goal. Today he weighs around 76 kilos (167 pounds), having gone down already within nine days from around 99 kilos (218 pounds). He wants us to keep putting pressure on the warden and the CDCR.

Jailhouse snitch used against Aiyana’s dad

Mertilla Jones, grandmother of Aiyana Stanley-Jones, the 7-year-old killed by Detroit police last year in a SWAT-style assault on her home, held Aiyana’s mother Dominika Stanley tightly in her arms as both wept uncontrollably in an elevator at 36th District Court in downtown Detroit.

Family blamed for Aiyana Jones’ killing by police; police, prosecutor stonewall...

The City of Detroit, its police department and Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy’s office are apparently conspiring to stonewall a civil lawsuit against Detroit police officer Joseph Weekley. The officer shot 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones to death ...

Mumia must live and be free! End the racist death penalty!

Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets outside the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals here and around the world Nov. 9, demanding that Mumia Abu-Jamal must live and be free and that the U.S. must abolish the death penalty and end racist killings and brutality by police.

Aiyana Stanley-Jones’ death sparks conflict over Detroit 1-8-7

Controversy about the new ABC cop series, Detroit 1-8-7, has swirled in the wake of the May 16 killing of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones by Detroit police. They shot her in the head after throwing an incendiary grenade into her home, as TV cameras from A&E’s The First 48 were rolling.

Staples family wins $2.5 million in police lawsuit

The family of Tommie Staples Jr., shot to death by Detroit police officers Barron Townsend and Steven Kopp in June 2008, has won a settlement of $2.5 million in their wrongful death lawsuit, but, their lawyer said, “No discipline has been brought against these officers for Tommie Staples’ death."

Detroit mourns Aiyana Jones, 7, killed by police

Mertilla Jones, 46, and her grandaughter, Aiyana Jones, 7, were asleep on a couch in their lower flat’s front room at about 12:30 a.m. when police tossed an incendiary stun grenade through the window directly above the couch. Aiyana was severely burned and then shot in the head and neck by an unidentified police officer standing on the porch.

Police, prosecutor retaliate against journalist covering police chase fatality

Community outrage and support are building over the arrest of people's journalist Diane Bukowski. Many view this as a political attack on the entire progressive movement in metro Detroit.

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Presence, Prayer and Procession of the Housed for the Unhoused Friday

Stop counting us, taking our pictures, using our bodies and struggles as your campaign slogans, our lives as your grant models and research projects and instead stand up, show up, act up and be counted yourselves, stating clearly that until there is housing or liberated indigenous land or redistributed resources like the new Bank of Community Reparations, which is being launched for unhoused, displaced communities and people, you don’t want your unhoused neighbors “swept,” removed, arrested and stolen from.

Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Sen. Bernie Sanders introduce Inclusive Prosperity Act...

Congresswoman Barbara Lee speaks as she and Sen. Bernie Sanders introduce the Inclusive Prosperity Act to...

Gritty City Youth Theatre presents Shakespeare’s ‘Taming of the Shrew’ May...

Tomorrow Page’s Katherine teaches her women peers a lesson or two about obedience to their masters...

Jeff Adachi receives national racial justice award: ‘He transformed our country’

by Katy St. Clair Miami, Florida – San Francisco Public...

Certain Days Political Prisoners Calendar call out for art and articles...

The Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar collective seeks 12 works of art and 12 articles for its 2020 calendar with the theme "Knitting Together the Struggles." Please forward to prison-based artists and writers.