Join us for a rally to call for Mumia’s release! The state is slowly killing renowned journalist, freedom fighter, former Black Panther and political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal. He has been unfairly imprisoned since 1981. He is still recovering from COVID19 and is having complications with his heart.
1. Mumia not be shackled to his hospital bed, as is the rule in Pennsylvania and across the United States.
2. Mumia, an innocent man, be immediately released from prison.
Annual gathering to commemorate the founding of the New Afrikan Independence Party (NAIP) on February 21, 2012 and the assassination of Malcolm X on February 21, 1965.
NOTE: Due to the impact of Covid-19, we will not be holding our annual Brunch, but instead encourage people to join in for the zoom event and discussion. Grab a sandwich or cook your own meal at the convenience of your home!
A black man stands in a crowd and begins to feel wings bursting through his back. Piercing and painful, but they cannot retract. The crowd of black folks pushes and pulls. They ebb and flow with elation and anger. These wings require space and have a mind of their own. The man feels strengthened enough […]Blackness Spreading Out : Our Wings — Grassroots Thinking
On the surface, Juneteenth as a national holiday appears a national step towards acknowledging enslavement. The reality is, Juneteenth as a national holiday, functions to restore faith in what has failed us for centuries: the government. Juneteenth as a national holiday, in addition to aiding Joe Biden’s attempt to paint himself into the Abe Lincoln […]Freedom doesn’t bloom in June…: A Black Female Perspective on Juneteenth — Whispers of a Womanist
American history since the emancipation proclamation covers a lot of historical acts and actions, from the ending of the Civil War, Juneteenth, Suffrage, the Industrial Revolution, World Wars, and various Civil Rights movements. The time also covers the growth of the military-industrial complex, miracle drugs and vaccinations, Jim Crow, the decline of unions, and the […]FEAR of A BLACK VOTER — Dear Dean
The Columbus Police Accountability Coalition says the culture of violence toward Black communities is unchanged after the Ohio capital city’s last Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation more than 20 years ago. Led by Black legal, faith and community leaders, the coalition wants an investigation of the Columbus Police Department (CPD), not a review like the…Black-Led Coalition Demands DOJ Investigation Of Columbus Police After Ma’Khia Brown’s Killing — Black America Web