Sister Afeni Shakur joins the ancestors

Sister Afeni Shakur has joined the ancestors on May 2, 2016. Comrade Afeni was a revolutionary member of the Black Panther Party who struggled against the State and its oppressive systems. Sister Afeni also had close ties to the African People's Socialist Party.

Celebrating the revolutionary Nina Simone

The 2015 documentary on Nina Simone, “What Happened, Miss Simone” was an instant classic. The Toronto bookstore, A Different Booklist, organized a group of people to screen the film together when it was first shown here.

Bill Cosby in perspective by Chairman Omali Yeshitela

"Cosby was more useful to them as a spokesman against the African working class than the virtuous white women who fell victim to his intoxicating cocktails."

Cover-up in Texas: Still no justice for Sandra Bland

HOUSTON-In the same federal courthouse where Muhammad Ali was convicted for draft evasion in June of 1967, a wrongful death suit was initiated on December 17, 2015 by attorneys representing the family of Sandra Bland.

The struggle for housing is a black woman’s struggle

"The displacement of poor and working families, headed mostly by women, is in the shadows of this struggle."

ANWO calls out Spring Valley attack as colonial violence

On Monday, October 26 at 10:30am a young African girl was battered by an agent of the state (video).  The African National Women's Organization (ANWO) recognizes this as colonial violence, which is structured to indiscriminately carry out the mandates of the ruling class to control oppressed poor and working class African people.

Memorial services scheduled for Connie Tucker in Atlanta, Georgia on October 2, 2015

Memorial services will be held for Connie Tucker at 4pm Friday, October 2, 2015 at the Gregory B. Levett and Sons Funeral Home, 4347 Flatshoals Road, Decatur, Georgia 30034.

Police terror against African youth

 McKinney, TX - June is a hot summer month with an average of 90 degree weather in McKinney, Texas - ideal weather for a pool party and barbecue.

ANWO forum discusses solution to State violence against African women

WASHINGTON, DC—The Washington, DC branch of the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) held a community forum on Thursday August 6th, entitled State Violence and Black Women: Solutions to Protect and Defend, to discuss the ongoing murder and brutality of Africans by the police.