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
Black August in LA: Month of Meaning and Resistance
Organizations across the country are holding events throughout the month to commemorate Black August. For Black revolutionaries and communities, the month of August is emblazoned with the struggles, sacrifices, and resistance of Black people in the United States.
Julia WallaceAugust 21, 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
I Really Want to, But I Can’t Entirely Support the Walkouts.
Thousands of youth walked out to support gun control legislation. While I applaud their courage and mobilization, I can't support gun control.
Tatiana CozzarelliMarch 15, 2018
Real Superheroes! Support Black Panther Political Prisoners
With all the excitement around the upcoming Black Panther film, we’d like to acknowledge the real Black Panthers.
Left VoiceFebruary 8, 2018
Black Panther Elders Demand an Answer: Where is Santiago Maldonado?
At this month’s Panther Breakfast, Black Panther Alumni Committee voted to support the campaign to demand the return of Santiago Maldonado.
Left VoiceSeptember 16, 2017
National Prisoners Strike on Anniversary of Attica Rebellion
National Prisoners Strike on Anniversary of Attica Rebellion Left Voice in support of the National Prisoner’s September 9th Strike on the anniversary of the Attica rebellion.
Left VoiceAugust 27, 2016