Tag Archive | Violence

The World Is Watching

Photo credit: MOHAMMED ABED/AFP   Fifty eight Palestinians were brutally murdered by the Israeli war machine this past Monday, May 14th. This was, according to Israeli newspaper Haaretz, “the bloodiest day of the protests by far, as Israeli security officials had predicted.” Hmmm, as Israeli “security” officials predicted. Did they see the potential for extreme […]

New York State Prisons Have Entered A World Of Corporate Control Beyond Contempt

Traditionally, packages for people in prison were tailored to the specific needs and tastes of the particular inmate. Books were high on the list for many as reading provides something to do for people with a lot of time on their hands as well as being a vehicle for the imagination to soar beyond the […]

Bloody Violence among Prisonerz Resultz in Security Lockdown at the Eastham-Administrative-Segregation Unit, Texas — Update

Just read… By Keith ‘Malik’ Washington Deputy Chairman, New Afrikan Black Panther Party (Prison Chapter) Peace and blessings Sisters and Brothers! This cover of Newsweek for Oct. 6, 1986, features a story, “I… Source: Bloody Violence among Prisonerz Resultz in Security Lockdown at the Eastham-Administrative-Segregation Unit, Texas — Update

Random Observations While Living A Semi-Nomadic Existence In NYC (Part 3)

1) A woman I know who was brought to a NYC hospital – Lincoln Medical Center in the Bronx, to be specific – was having a difficult time healing from a case of pneumonia. That she was in a hospital doesn’t seem to be enough for her to get what she needed to properly heal. […]

If Hope Remains Dormant, Freedom Remains Elusive

Look at the things we teach our children: that it’s OK to do horrible things – just don’t get caught. Imagine someone was caught teaching their children it’s acceptable to torture, but not acceptable to talk about it because people would then hate you. That person’s children would be taken away. However, when the CIA […]

Leonard Peltier

Leonard Peltier has been in prison longer than Nelson Mandela was imprisoned by the Apartheid regime of South Africa. He, also, has been imprisoned by an apartheid regime born of genocide, raised on racist oppression and grown fat through the building of a system that denigrates free thought, creativity and true compassion while rewarding fear, […]