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The 21st Annual Malcolm X Commemorative Banquet

The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement & Community Aid & Development (CAD) presents The 21st Annual Malcolm X Commemorative Banquet Saturday – February 18, 2012 7:00 pm (doors open at...

Statements and Positions

A Freedom Fighter Goes Home: Reflections on Mayor Chokwe’s Lumumba’s Funeral

A Freedom Fighter Goes Home:  Reflections on Mayor Chokwe’s Lumumba’s Funeral

A Freedom Fighter Goes Home:  Reflections on Mayor Chokwe’s Lumumba’s Funeral by Asha Bandele and  Dr. Akinyele Umoja   It was a home-going befitting an African warrior of the first...

PSDC Blog

Telling Our Stories: Justin Thomas On His Recent Lawsuit Against The NYPD And Why It’s Important to Assert Our Rights

Telling Our Stories: Justin Thomas On His Recent Lawsuit Against The NYPD And Why It’s Important to Assert Our Rights

The video camera is a police officer’s worst enemy. This is why across the country aggressive steps are being taken to make the filming of police officers an illegal offense. Those of us who are...

SF8 case is close to Victory!

On what was supposed to be the start of the preliminary hearing and California’s continued attack on the San...

SF8 case is close to Victory!
posted on: Jul 10, 2009 | author: MXGM

Crystal House Project

Crystal House is a project that recognizes housing as a Human Right. The project came together as a transitional low...

Crystal House Project
posted on: Apr 11, 2009 | author: MXGM

Sundiata Acoli

Sundiata Acoli, a New York Black Panther, endured two years of prison awaiting trail for the Panther 21 Conspiracy...

Sundiata Acoli
posted on: Jan 26, 2009 | author: MXGM

Sekou Odinga

Sekou Odinga was forced into hiding in 1969 when he and twenty other Black Panther Party members were wrongly charged...

Sekou Odinga
posted on: Jan 26, 2009 | author: MXGM
Safiya Bukhari

Safiya Bukhari

posted on: Jan 26, 2009 | author: MXGM

Safiya Bukhari was a dedicated community activist and former political prisoner. She joined the Black Panther Party in November of 1969. She and...

Russel Maroon Shoats

Russel Maroon Shoats

posted on: Jan 25, 2009 | author: MXGM

Russel Maroon Shoats was a dedicated community activist and founding member of the Philadelphia based organization Black Unity Council, which...

Robert Seth Hayes

Robert Seth Hayes

posted on: Jan 25, 2009 | author: MXGM

Robert Seth Hayes was a member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army. He was framed a convicted of murdering a NYC police officer...

Mumia Abu Jamal

Mumia Abu Jamal

posted on: Jan 25, 2009 | author: MXGM

Mumia Abu Jamal is an award winning journalist and one of the founders of the Black Panther Party chapter in Philadelphia, PA. He has struggled for...

Marilyn Buck

Marilyn Buck

posted on: Jan 25, 2009 | author: MXGM

Marilyn Buck, a North American political prisoner, began her anti-racist activism as a teen in Texas, organized against the war in Vietnam, and...

Leonard Peltier

Leonard Peltier

posted on: Jan 25, 2009 | author: MXGM

Leonard Peltier is a carpenter, welder, and American Indian Movement (AIM) leader who has been a political prisoner since 1977. Prior to his...

Laura Whitehorn

Laura Whitehorn

posted on: Jan 25, 2009 | author: MXGM

Laura Whitehorn was a former North American political prisoner who was released in 1999 after completing 15 years in prison. A long-time activist,...

Jalil Muntaqim

Jalil Muntaqim

posted on: Jan 25, 2009 | author: MXGM

Jalil Muntaqim became affiliated with the Black Panther Party at age 18. Less than 2 months before his 20th birthday he was captured with Albert Nuh...

Herman Ferguson

Herman Ferguson

posted on: Jan 25, 2009 | author: MXGM

Herman Ferguson was one the founding members of Malcolm X’s Organization of Afro-American Unity. He also helped to organize the Republic of new...

Herman Bell

Herman Bell

posted on: Jan 24, 2009 | author: MXGM

Herman Bell was born in Mississippi and moved to Brooklyn, New York as a boy. He was a talented High School football player and won a football...

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