Albert Woodfox seated in a kitchen, smiling and holding a copy of his book Solitary.

Albert Woodfox, Angola Three Warrior, passes.

Who has not heard of the Angola Three, three young black prisoners who were falsely accused of killing a prison guard in 1972 in the infamous Louisiana maximum security prison cited at a former slave plantation—and named for the place where the African captives came from, Angola. On Thursday, August 4th, attorneys for Albert Woodfox announced his passing at the age of 75. For over 43 years, Woodfox and several other black men were held in brutal solitary confinement, one of the longest held solitary prisoners on earth: 43 years, seven days a week, 23 hours a day. The United . . .

Imperialists and zionist backed congressional candidate in Michigan, Adam Hollier

Imperialist Meddling in Michigan Election Shows Our Strength

Zionist and imperialist efforts to influence U.S. elections are not surprising, nor is their concern solely about policy towards Israel. The broader goal is to kill solidarity between the oppressed in this country and revolutionary forces abroad lest they find common ground and change the political landscape here. It was as unlikely a scenario as anyone might have imagined. Leading up to the recent primary elections, Adam Hollier, a Black Michigan state senator, became the beneficiary of more than $4 million spent on his behalf by a super PAC of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in the contest . . .

Martha Karua, a former Justice and Constitutional Affairs minister and current vice presidential candidate in the 2022 Kenyan election

Elite Capture: Martha Karua and the Politics of Representation

Kenya’s former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and a front-runner in the upcoming August 9th presidential election announced that Martha Karua, a former Justice and Constitutional Affairs minister (and an erstwhile fierce opponent), would be his running mate. This historic nomination made her the first woman in Kenya to run on a dominant political party’s presidential ticket. The news was met with varying degrees of enthusiasm and concern. In her acceptance speech, Karua, who vied for the presidency in 2013 and came in sixth said “This is a moment for the women of Kenya. It is a moment that my grandmother . . .

WERD, which became America's first black-owned radio station in 1949, is now used as a space for Atlanta artists to perform on Wednesday nights.

Black Radio & the Struggle for Pan-Africanism

The 1960’s and 70’s proved itself a paramount time for Black Folks. Not since the beginning of the century with mass organization led by Marcus Garvey, had there been such great instituting towards a better future for Africans globally. In North America there was a rise in Black nationalism and racial pride, ultimately emphasizing the need for Power. Africans in the Caribbean and parts of South America participated in active armed struggles and insurrections against colonial supported governments. They fought strategically to dismantle the systems of economic subjugation that were based upon race. In Europe, Africans held mass demonstrations in . . .

Africa Remains at the Center of a 21st Century Cold War

This article was published in NewsGhana. In Africa, several geopolitical powers are seeking to enhance their influence and cooperation. United States President Joe Biden announced during July that he would host a summit with African leaders at the White House in December. This announcement by Biden comes in the aftermath of several important political developments which have exposed the ineffective foreign policy orientation of the world’s leading capitalist country. Within the United Nations, many African states abstained from two resolutions which condemned the Russian Federation during the early phase of Moscow’s special military operation in neighboring Ukraine. In addition, most . . .

Our Duty To Challenge The Unjust Raid on the APSP

The NBLM National Unity Initiative joins all those who have condemned the senseless raid and attack of the US government and its FBI on the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP), the Uhuru Movement, and its leadership in both St. Petersburg, Florida, and St. Louis, Missouri. We view this attack as a part of the right-ward trend of the US government at the local, state, national, and international levels, trampling on the basic democratic and human rights of the oppressed, both here and abroad. In April this year, many organizations active in the Black Freedom Struggle joined forces in a joint . . .

The Black Alliance for Peace Condemns FBI Attack on the APSP

The Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) unequivocally condemns and opposes the latest domestic U.S. state repression and intimidation tactics currently being leveled against the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP). On Friday, July 29, 2022, the FBI executed multiple raids against APSP’s Uhuru House in St. Petersburg, Florida, and their Uhuru Solidarity Center in St. Louis, Missouri, and the private residence of APSP Chairman Omali Yeshitela also in St. Louis. The FBI employed flashbang grenades and handcuffed Yeshitela and his wife while their house was raided. The FBI claims that the raids are connected to the federal indictment of a Russian . . .

The A-APRP Opposes State Terrorism Against The APSP

The All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) stands in total solidarity with the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) against the acts of terrorism perpetrated by the FBI and the U.S. Government against the APSP and their members in the last 24 hours. We agree wholeheartedly with the statements of their chairman, Omali Yeshitela, that African People have been the victims of state-sponsored terrorism by this racist/terrorist illegal settler colony known as the United States of America since its inception. We agree with Chairman Yeshitela’s statement that this land belongs to the Indigenous People, who along with the Palestinian People are also . . .