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Big Cakes new video, Gonna Be A Change
Every 36 hours in the United States one Black woman, man or child is killed by police, and by a smaller number of security guards and self-appointed vigilantes.
This article was first published in “The Feminist Wire” online on April 26th, 2012 by Aishah Shahidah Simmons. This is Part 4 of a four part article. The introduction to the series was originally published May 18th, 2012, on People of Color Organize! site for your convenience. The selected cases in Parts 1, 2, and [...]
This article was first published in “The Feminist Wire” online on April 24th, 2012 by Aishah Shahidah Simmons. This is Part 2 of a four part article. The introduction to the series was originally published May 18th, 2012, on People of Color Organize! site for your convenience. Nafissatou Diallo There was a time when an [...]
International Coalition to Free the Angola 3 Albert Woodfox Upcoming Court Date for Albert Woodfox On Tuesday, May 29th, Albert Woodfox will begin a 3 day hearing that may result in his conviction being overturned for a third time. Proceedings will begin at 9am in Courtroom 1 at the US District Court in Baton Rouge [...]
¡Libertad Para Oscar López Rivera! Free Oscar López Rivera! CHICAGO (FinalCall.com) – Free Oscar López Rivera! That is the cry from supporters of the longest imprisoned freedom fighter for Puerto Rican independence. To make their point, friends and family of Mr. López Rivera along with community activists have sentenced themselves to “jail.” In a show [...]
This is an introductory hands-on workshop in the use of popular education concepts and techniques based on the complementary approaches to Education for Liberation developed by two Brazilian Marxist educators and political cultural activists: philosopher and educator Paulo Freire, author of Pedagogy of the Oppressed, and theater director Augusto Boal, Workers Party (PT) activist and founder of the Theater of the Oppressed. In [...]
This article was first published in “The Feminist Wire” online on April 23rd, 2012 by Aishah Shahidah Simmons. The title of this four part article is a metaphorical nod to the legendary jazz singer, songwriter, actor, and activist Abbey Lincoln (also known as Aminata Moseka) whose essay, “Who Will Revere The Black Woman?” is featured [...]
Revolutionary greetings, dear comrades, friends and supporters. This is Robert Seth Hayes, a former member of the Black Panther Party and a Black Liberation Army combatant. Still incarcerated, yet still progressing, I am determined to have closure to an era of Civil Rights struggles. To those of you who have been partners in solidarity, I [...]
Robert Seth Hayes was arrested in 1973, after police opened fire on his apartment while he was home with his wife and children. This occurred as a result of the U.S. government’s illegal Counterintelligence Program (COINTELPRO), in a climate dominated by portrayals of black militants as murderers and cop-killers. Seth, a former member of the [...]
Saturday Radical Culture!
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Excerpt: Godless Americana, Forthcoming Summer 2012 By Sikivu Hutchinson The Judgment day billboard sprawls luminously below like a big tricked out index card over Memphis. The Rapture is coming, a world-wide crucible spreading death and destruction to the unrepentant of Graceland and beyond. One month before the Christian zealots’ judgment day and the Memphis airport [...]
….the Souls of Black Folk
The Canadian whitestream press has been abuzz lately with the meeting between Canada’s good Indians (aka the neocolonial band council and AFN sellouts) and Canada’s white power establishment, currently headed by Prime Minister Stephan Harper. Mohawk Nation News shines the light of truth on this meeting and what it means for Canada’s Native people. Mohawk [...]
An update to the story posted earlier in the week.
Reflections on 2011 for The People Of Color Organize website.
A new article by Johnny Hawke of the northern Ontario based Anishinabek Confederacy to Invoke our Nationhood (ACTION). In this article he examines the indigenous response to the situation in the Cree community of Attiwapiskat that has been in the mainstream Canadian media so much lately and consequently and driving White people into a fury again [...]
Once again, the organizers of the National Day of Mourning dedicated the day to Native political prisoner Leonard Peltier. Peltier was framed up by the FBI and has been wrongfully imprisoned since 1976. Tiokasin Ghosthorse spoke and read an update from the Leonard Peltier Defense Offense Committee: In September, as you know, Leonard was transferred [...]