Black Panther Party
The Case of H. Rap Brown, U.S. Political Prisoner
Imam Jamil Abdullah al-Amin, better known as the SNCC and Black Panther Party leader H. Rap Brown, has been a political prisoner since 2002. His story is one of repressive tactics employed by the federal government to abuse and ultimately incarcerate him. We demand his release — and freedom for all political prisoners!
Lisa YoungsFebruary 5, 2022
Rest in Power! Statement on Behalf of the Family and Committee to Free Chip Fitzgerald
Below is a statement by The Family & Committee To Free Chip Fitzgerald about the recent death of the longest incarcerated member of the Black Panther Party.
Committee to Free Chip FitzgeraldApril 2, 2021
A Sledgehammer: Review of Judas and the Black Messiah
A revolutionary socialist and Left Voice correspondent who met Fred Hampton in 1969 reviews the new Fred Hampton biopic, Judas and the Black Messiah.
Rob LyonsMarch 1, 2021
Free All Political Prisoners — Interview With a Black Panther Elder
Chip Fitzgerald is the longest-held Black Panther political prisoner in U.S. history. Here is an interview with Black Panther elder and former political prisoner, Arthur League, about the fight to free his comrades.
Julia WallaceJune 16, 2020
Fred Hampton Was Assassinated, His Fight for Black Liberation is Still Alive
On December 4, 1969, Chicago police fired about 100 shots into an apartment containing seven sleeping members of the Illinois’ Black Panther Party chapter. Mark Clark and Fred Hampton were killed.
Julia WallaceDecember 4, 2019
Free Chip Fitzgerald! Free All Political Prisoners!
Romaine "Chip" Fitzgerald is the longest incarcerated Black Panther in U.S. history. Locked up from 1969 to the present struggle for his release continues to be lead by his comrades from the 1960s and human rights activists today.
Julia WallaceJune 26, 2019
As “Black Panther” Wins Awards, Fight to Free Black Panthers Continues
We must remember and fight to free the real Black Panthers who are still locked up.
Julia WallaceFebruary 27, 2019