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  1. Winning an end to solitary confinement in the court of public opinion: Hear Robert Ki
  2. Attorney General Eric Holder urges discussion on reinstating federal parole
  3. 35 years anchoring the prison abolition movement: Legal Services for Prisoners with C
  4. US Court of Appeals rules against Cat Johnson’s challenge to his frame-up conviction
  5. Retaliation against Pelican Bay mainline prisoners
  6. White savior John Prendergast tells the world what’s best for Congo and Rwanda now
  7. Bay View Voters Guide
  8. We’re not all snitches
  9. Third Street Stroll 1113
  10. How to make our ‘hood peaceful and prosperous: The sun always rises again
  11. Wanda’s Picks for November 2013
  12. In Maryland, youth offenders get no second chances
  13. Building prisoners’ political power
  14. Cat’s cries
  15. Beds for Bayview: Your voices count
  16. Bluesman Augusta Collins releases ‘Game’ DVD
  17. Emergency Response Network Alert: CDCR retaliates against peaceful protest
  18. Prison guards face civil suit in attack on Virginia prisoner Frank ‘Outlaw’ Reid
  19. Section 8 housing and public housing tenants at risk
  20. Everett Allen, MD, discredited for being sympathetic to prisoners’ medical needs
  21. Bayan means ‘make it plain’ or ‘clear evidence’
  22. Georgia prisoner beaten with hammer fights for justice
  23. Is Westerniization a curse?
  24. After 30 years in solitary, can SB 260 set me free?
  25. We pledged to become martyrs to force CDCR to the negotiating table
  26. The best of the best, Andre ‘Son of God’ Ward, vs. the lip of the East, Edwin ‘La Bom
  27. Rwandan Supreme Court to rule in Victoire Ingabire’s appeal on Nov. 1
  28. Top 6 countries that grew filthy rich from enslaving Black people
  29. Jean Nobles, Fillmore entrepreneur, retires after 35 years
  30. Fatherhood: Enjoying the journey
  31. What a vacation: 400 miles by bus on hunger strike’s 47th day
  32. Hunger strikers: Our resolve remains strong
  33. Black filmmaker shut down at MoAD gala for Bay View story on foreclosure protests
  34. Help us reach our Kickstarter goal for Hip Hop U Multimedia Magazine
  35. Justice for Andy Lopez, 13: A child is dead at the hands of Sonoma County sheriff’s d
  36. Saving City College: Stakes high in faculty contract negotiations
  37. Victory! Ban the Box is now the law
  38. Having the foresight to end all hostilities
  39. Margaret Winter, ACLU: California can be in the vanguard of the movement to limit sol
  40. Squadron Ace takes the cake at Life is Living: an interview wit’ dancer Gideon Mekwun
  41. Message from Pelican Bay prisoner representatives to UN Special Rapporteur on Torture
  42. Below Market Rate Rental Units at 1844 Market St., San Francisco, available
  43. Pelican Bay prisoner representatives meet with top Corrections staff
  44. BART Unions offer new proposal to get trains running Monday and end the strike
  45. If You are Black, Get Out: The Crisis of Statelessness in the Dominican Republic
  46. Africa on the Right Way?
  47. The cruel and unusual punishment of Herman Wallace
  48. The privatization of our public housing
  49. Women in solitary: ‘Last night another girl hung herself’
  50. BART unions shocked about collapse of negotiations
  51. ‘Collect Call’: an interview wit’ spoken word artist Chas Jackson
  52. Hunger striker reports: In our brokenness we can be made whole
  53. Lawyers for Russell Maroon Shoatz submit request to UN Special Rapporteur on Torture
  54. Revitalizing the demand for reparations
  55. A strategy meant to break me fuels my passion for human rights
  56. Free shuttle service to the Presidio from Bayview Hunters Point throughout October
  57. Berkeley City Council votes tonight on leasing University Avenue Cooperative Homes fo
  58. Albert Woodfox bids farewell to his Angola 3 brother, Herman Wallace, fights on for f
  59. UN torture expert Juan Mendez on Albert Woodfox: ‘Four decades in solitary confinemen
  60. ‘The Art and Rhymes of Ghetto Girl Blue’: an interview wit’ Jessica Holter, founder o
  61. Herman ‘Hooks’ Wallace a legendary hero in Louisiana prisons
  62. ‘Somebody tried to poison me’: Pelican Bay prisoner suspects hunger strike retaliatio
  63. US takes one more step toward isolating Rwandan warlord Paul Kagame
  64. Pelican Bay hunger strike reps to legislators and supporters: Tell California Correct
  65. California legislative hearings take on solitary confinement, address hunger strike d
  66. South African Shack Dwellers’ leader Bandile Mdlalose arrested, denied bail, 17-year-
  67. Protest at Candlestick: 49ers’ scorecard – Black players YES, Black contractors NO
  68. Pacifica board member Tracy Rosenberg weighs in on JR’s unjustifiable ban from KPFA
  69. Herman Wallace, the ‘Muhammad Ali of the criminal justice system,’ joins the ancestor
  70. Inspired to BMOER
  71. Wanda’s Picks for October 2013
  72. Oklahoma police chief apologizes for 1921 attack on Black Wall Street
  73. Reggae legend Rankin Scroo speaks on his life and his music
  74. M1 of dead prez speaks on Young Malcolm Shabazz
  75. Democrats cave in to another round of sequestration budget cuts
  76. Gov. Brown commits crimes against prisoners’ humanity for guards’ campaign contributi
  77. Malcolm’s 29th birthday commemorated: an interview wit’ Shaykh Hashim Alludeen
  78. Corcoran hunger strike negotiations: an extreme form of political discourse
  79. Using city power to prevent foreclosure
  80. Calipatria shows the way: ASU prisoners win their demands while on hunger strike
  81. Linda Brooks Burton, pride of Bayview Hunters Point, passes
  82. Zulu’s tribute to Herman ‘Hooks’ Wallace: Freedom ain’t never been free
  83. Free Herman Wallace, purveyor of ‘Black Pantherism,’ fighting to the death
  84. My Marcus Books love story
  85. Hundreds of California prisoners in isolation should be covered by class action, atto
  86. Political prisoner Romaine ‘Chip’ Fitzgerald writes to Assembly Public Safety Chair T
  87. Injustice runs deep
  88. Police are more dangerous to the public than criminals
  89. Dr. Willie Ratcliff on Black San Francisco
  90. Kev Choice produces Jennifer Johns’ ‘The Chronicles of the Aquarian Mind’
  91. African Americans and the Gypsies: a cultural relationship formed through hardships
  92. Disabled and riding a wheelbarrow: a father’s love
  93. The Omaha Two: How long is life?
  94. Internet radio is on the rise: an interview wit’ Streets Is Talking founder Leon Dyna
  95. Cynthia McKinney: The world needs peace – but not a Pax Americana
  96. 10 steps to dictatorship: Why the grassroots movement in Haiti is taking to the stree
  97. Opposition leader Bernard Ntaganda tortured in Rwandan prison
  98. RAD public housing privatization: Stealing our last acre and our one remaining mule
  99. Museveni as mediator between M23 and DR Congo?
  100. America’s Cup action on the waters and in the courts
  101. Black ambivalence about gun control
  102. We Will Shoot Back: Armed Resistance in the Mississippi Freedom
  103. Hunger striker considers where we go from here, wonders, ‘Will the Legislature dupe u
  104. To serve the people: Black Riders Liberation Party, new generation Black Panther Part
  105. Uncle Remus and Mammy As Superheros
  106. Heightened security: White Citizens Council bans popular KPFA host JR Valrey from Pac
  107. Rwandan opposition leader Bernard Ntaganda in peril after prison hunger strike
  108. Richmond homeowners beat Wall Street bullies 4-3
  109. The ‘compassion’ of empire: Herman and Lynne await
  110. Miracles still happen: A huge law firm is representing the Bay View on censorship at
  111. Testimony of Everett D. Allen, M.D., former chief physician and surgeon at Pelican Ba
  112. Split parenting: Making it work
  113. Pelican Bay hunger strikers denied newspapers, even denied food when they asked for i
  114. When you really need help, and you don't want yt help...
  115. Fighting spirit: a message from Herman Wallace
  116. LA advocates decry governor’s prison expansion compromise, moving prisoners to privat
  117. Holding Brown accountable: 60-hour fast held outside Gov. Brown’s condo in solidarity
  118. The Texas Department of Cowboy Justice: A case of lawless law enforcement
  119. Marcus Garvey Building – Liberty Hall: National Historic West Oakland Landmark saved
  120. My friend Todd Ashker
  121. Remembering Attica
  122. Amos Brown reflects on the 50th Anniversary March on Washington
  123. Gov. Brown, govern the people and prisons of California with respect and integrity
  124. Deja Bryson will be at Yoshi’s in Oakland: an interview wit’ songstress Deja Bryson
  125. California prisoners suspend 59-day hunger strike – families, legislators respond
  126. The body paint artist of the Bay
  127. The untold story of Oscar Grant’s father: Racism, mass incarceration and police bruta
  128. Alternatives to Jerry Brown’s ‘more cages’ prison plan proposed
  129. Hunters Point residents and their kids call on officials to fix up park
  130. Fresno County Jail hunger strike
  131. Zaccho opens Center for Dance and Aerial Arts in Bayview
  132. Operation Green Future: Chokwe Lumumba’s vision for Jackson, Mississippi
  133. Oakland’s Indie Film Night: an interview wit’ director and organizer Diaunte Thompson
  134. Negotiate? For whose land? Congo, Rwanda and Rwanda’s M23
  135. Georgia prisoner dies in solitary confinement
  136. The homeless to jail pipeline – from South Carolina to Santa Clara, the criminalizati
  137. Michelle Alexander: I can no longer just stay in my lane
  138. Wanda’s Picks for September 2013
  139. Hunger strikers, weak and sick, transported 8 hours by bus: ‘Our strength is a reflec
  140. Cop who murdered Kenneth Harding arrested for molesting teenage boy
  141. Corcoran 2011 hunger strike petitioner needs legal help re retaliation, medical care
  142. 2nd annual Hiero Day: an interview wit’ Tajai of Souls of Mischief and Hieroglyphics
  143. Occupy is converging
  144. Rev. Dr. Frederick Douglas Haynes III: No. 1 for me is economic equality
  145. Barbara Lee on war in Syria: Congress must decide
  146. Hunger strike in 8th week: Don’t let them die
  147. Lyric Performing Arts Academy is set to open in September ‘13: an interview wit’ co-f
  148. Black Autonomy Prison Federation is born
  149. ‘Vigilante on the Loose’: Black filmmakers put Overtown back on Front Street
  150. Public Safety chairs Ammiano, Hancock announce hearings on hunger strike issues
  151. Agreement to End Hostilities benefits both the streets and the prisons
  152. Wanda Johnson, mother of Oscar Grant, reflects on reliving his murder in ‘Fruitvale S
  153. Criminologists tell Gov. Brown: Negotiate with hunger strikers now before there is bl
  154. Why I joined the multi-racial, multi–regional Human Rights Movement to challenge tort
  155. Video released of Georgia guards beating prisoners with hammer
  156. Katrina Pain Index 2013: New Orleans eight years later
  157. Day 52: Demand this abuse end now, today, before it’s too late for some of us
  158. The 2013 March on Washington: Where do we go from here?
  159. Celebrating celebrating?
  160. Pelican Bay guards ask why are we hunger striking
  161. Beyond the dream: Martin Luther King Jr. and Africa
  162. McClymonds girls championship basketball team stars in ‘I Just Wanna Ball’
  163. On Day 50 of the California prisoners’ hunger strike, I wonder, will change only come
  164. I will agitate until you comply with the five core demands or I’m dead!
  165. Getting the ‘System Out of our System’: an interview wit’ AshEl Seasunz
  166. Appeal for hearing on California prisoners to the Inter-American Commission on Human
  167. Green Party issues urgent call for Gov. Jerry Brown to negotiate with prison hunger s
  168. California prisons: ‘Solitary confinement can amount to cruel punishment, even tortur
  169. Oaksterdam professor gives the science on cannabis: an interview wit’ Paul Armentano
  170. Lawyers, advocates: Prison hunger strike force feeding order is a political attack on
  171. Letters from Pelican Bay hunger strikers six weeks in
  172. Beard must go: California needs a fresh start in Corrections, not a cover-up for busi
  173. Why did five Pelican Bay guards beat two elderly Black prisoners on Aug. 6?
  174. Memories of Damu
  175. New on DVD: ‘Free Angela and All Political Prisoners’
  176. State Sen. Mark Leno, Green Party Secretary of State candidate David Curtis issue sta
  177. Outrage over CDCR force feeding plans
  178. CDCR has negotiated and met Calipatra ASU hunger strikers’ humane demands
  179. Ten years after the death of general idi amin - annivessary day
  180. Texas prisons spend money cooling pigs, while inmates are dying from 120 degree heat
  181. Urgent request to UN Special Rapporteur on Torture Juan Mendez to visit California hu
  182. San Quentin hunger striker’s kidneys shut down, as warden meets one demand
  183. Guantanamo Bay is hell on earth: an interview wit’ journalist Adam Hudson
  184. August is Oakland’s Joe Capers Month: an interview wit’ filmmaker Naru Kwina
  185. ‘Us Against Them’: an interview wit’ Karaam and Ness of the A-Alikes
  186. We dare to stand united with all racial groups to say enough is enough, while CDCR an
  187. CDCR’s $9.2 billion corruption machine vs. Prison Human Rights Movement
  188. Solidarity with California hunger strikers: When darkness sets in
  189. NYC Mayor Bloomberg: Fingerprint public housing residents and visitors
  190. Calipatria ASU: We continue to hunger strike in dignity
  191. A lesson of the Irish hunger strike
  192. Coalition stops jail construction plan in its tracks
  193. Celebrating Black Philanthropy Month
  194. Hunger strike reminder: SHU isolation cell awaits California lawmakers as legislative
  195. Hunger strikers, supporters refute CDCR gang propaganda
  196. Hunger striker responds to Corrections Secretary Beard’s op-ed demonizing hunger stri
  197. Hunger Strike Day 35: Crank up the cruelty and let them die
  198. Letters from hunger strikers: I still feel like I can keep pushin’, so I will
  199. SHU isolation cell to be installed on State Capitol South Steps Aug. 14
  200. Tayo Aluko is Paul Robeson in ‘Call Mr. Robeson’
  201. Rusesabagina to international community: Please ignore Rwanda
  202. Day 33: Prisoner hunger strike countdown for humane conditions
  203. Black August: Beyond 34 years of resistance
  204. Master organist Doug Carn speaks
  205. Ayiti(Haiti) "Reconstruction": Luxury hotels, sweatshops and deregulation for foriegn
  206. Wikileaks exposes U.S./U.K. interference in Zimbabwe
  207. Stay up Zimbabwe, an-Africanism, Caribbean Solidarity & Dignity
  208. Zimbabwe's MDC drops challenge to Mugabe election victory
  209. Assata Shakur: Still America's Nightmare?
  210. What Should African Do About Mental Enslavement
  211. Negrophobia Documentary
  212. Allow me to ask a few questions
  213. Ancient Appalachian people who boasted of Portuguese ancestry to avoid slavery
  214. Ever Heard of 1904 Savage Olympics In St. Louis?
  215. The iron hands of the anglo/ americans ruling lado kingdom in sudan central africa .
  216. Martial Arts Instructor Zimmerman LIED!
  217. Slaves In Washington Terrority
  218. Slavery in Oregon
  219. Wisdom Of Joseph C Price
  220. NEW nationalist party in South Afrika 2013
  221. Hardcore song against the white system.
  222. Free Afrikans Militia/Movement
  223. Did Having an Matriarchal Societies In Africa Lead To Our Demise?
  224. Invasion 1897 The Movie
  225. For students w/multiple schoolership offers in and out of florida: a suggestion
  226. Why Are So Many Falling For The Derailment Argument?
  227. How White Men Conquered the World
  228. Afro-Mexicans on Hunger Strike to Protest Death of Malcolm X’s Grandson
  229. The White Anti-Racist Is an Oxymoron: An Open Letter to “White Anti-Racists”
  230. The Point Is Not To Interpret Whiteness But To Abolish It Noel Ignatiev
  231. You cant be racist to a white man. He himself says he has no race.
  232. Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) demonstrates Guantanamo force-feeding
  233. Strange Fruit Documentary
  234. The federal nigger hunting license
  235. Once Called the Richest Colored Girl In America, Sarah Rector
  236. Former Attiorney to Tupac And Mama Assata Is The New Mayor of Jackson, MS.
  237. "NEO" nazis using OLD logos..
  238. Kappiri Muthappan Former Slave In India Now Worshiped As A God
  239. Macandal- A Freedom Fighter "The Black Messiah"
  240. Uncle Jack the Good Darky
  241. How the wizard of oz applies to black people
  242. Paula Deen & Blue-Eyed Devil America Propagate EXTREME HATRED of Black People
  243. Thomas Sankara Refuse to pay debts to international imperialist powers
  244. H.I.M Empress Shebah 'Ra- Queen Shebah III
  245. Fireburn of 1878 in Frederiksted
  246. I ain't from africa the documentary
  247. Thomas Sankara: the Upright Man
  248. George Washington an Abolitionist?
  249. Ethnic Notions
  250. Hague: 'Sincere regret' for Mau Mau victims