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Revolutionary Suicide

Huey P. Newton

Explore an in-depth examination of Huey P. Newton’s journey as a key founder of the Black Panther Party in Oakland, including his experiences organizing the black masses and his false trial for the murder of a police officer.

Negrophillia: The Black Fetish

Foreign Man in a Foreign Land

This video describes and breaks down the fetish that has been imposed on black bodies. Providing both current, historical, and anecdotal evidence.

Blood In My Eye

George L. Jackson

Blood in My Eye is a book of political philosophy written by George Jackson, a co-founder of the Black Guerrilla Family . Jackson discusses various topics such as the use of guerrilla warfare against the United States government, class struggle and American fascism.

The Book Conservatives Want Banned The Most

Kat Blaque

Conservatives have weaponized the education of children for the benefit of capitalists and predators. Get a deeper look into the very book that the right has called for banning.

The War Before: The True Life Story of Becoming a Black Panther, Keeping the Faith in Prison, and Fighting for Those Left Behind

by Safiya Bukhari (Author), Laura Whitehorn (Editor), Mumia Abu-Jamal (Afterword), Angela Y. Davis (Foreword)

The War Before traces Bukhari’s lifelong commitment as an advocate for the rights of the oppressed. Following her journey from middle-class student to Black Panther to political prisoner, these writings provide an intimate view of a woman wrestling with the issues of her time.

How Black Elites LIE to Us

Lil' Bill

The myths of black capitalism and black excellence have pushed sectors of our community away from liberation. Here, we learn how.

Caliban and the Witch: Women, the Body, and Primitive Accumulation

Silvia Federici

This critique on Marx and deeper elaboration into the oppression of women before and during the genisis of capitalism breaks down the role of women in patriarchal society.

Left of Black: Confronting Misogynoir in Digital Spaces with Dr. Moya Bailey

John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke U.

Author Moya Bailey speaks on leftist spaces and the experience of misogynoir online.

The End of Policing

Alex S. Vitale

This resource provides an additional look to Angela Davis’s “Are Prisons Obsolete” by describing the worthlessness of policing ; the inherent contradictions and issues with a society that operates under a police state.

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Explore an in-depth examination of Huey P. Newton’s journey as a key founder of the Black Panther Party in Oakland, including his experiences organizing the black masses and his false trial for the murder of a police officer.

Negrophillia: The Black Fetish

This video describes and breaks down the fetish that has been imposed on black bodies. Providing both current, historical, and anecdotal evidence.

Blood in My Eye is a book of political philosophy written by George Jackson, a co-founder of the Black Guerrilla Family . Jackson discusses various topics such as the use of guerrilla warfare against the United States government, class struggle and American fascism.

The Book Conservatives Want Banned The Most

Conservatives have weaponized the education of children for the benefit of capitalists and predators. Get a deeper look into the very book that the right has called for banning.

The War Before traces Bukhari’s lifelong commitment as an advocate for the rights of the oppressed. Following her journey from middle-class student to Black Panther to political prisoner, these writings provide an intimate view of a woman wrestling with the issues of her time.

How Black Elites LIE to Us

The myths of black capitalism and black excellence have pushed sectors of our community away from liberation. Here, we learn how.

This critique on Marx and deeper elaboration into the oppression of women before and during the genisis of capitalism breaks down the role of women in patriarchal society.

Left of Black | Confronting Misogynoir in Digital Spaces with Dr. Moya Bailey

Author Moya Bailey speaks on leftist spaces and the experience of misogynoir online.

This resource provides an additional look to Angela Davis’s “Are Prisons Obsolete” by describing the worthlessness of policing ; the inherent contradictions and issues with a society that operates under a police state.

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