July 15, 2021 In our ongoing commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the historic California Hunger Strikes that ended the torture of decades of solitary confinement, Nube reads the Formal Complaint and the Five Core Demands that defined the Hunger Strike; we also hear from Mwalimu, one of the New. Afrikan hunger strikers at Corcoran on the conditions there and thoughts on the historic Hunger Strikes.
July 8, 2021 Nube's interview with Paul Redd and Ruben Jitu Williams: two of hundreds of California Hunger Strikers who spent decades being tortured inside Pelican Bay State Prison's security housing units (SHU) that was meant to break them. All month long we will continue commemoration, honoring and educating ourselves about these men.
July 1, 2021 This week, and throughout the month of July, we focus on the 10th anniversary of the first of 3 historic California Hunger Strikes and the heroic men that made it happen.
June 24, 2021 We hear an excerpt of a speech from Angela Davis on The Fallacy of Prison Reform; Nube reads a letter from one of the California Hunger strikers and Political Prisoner, Yafeo Iyepo; we hear an excerpt of a conversation with Ifoma Modibo Kambon; a poem "Lost & Profound" by Michael Manjeet Singh, T-22165, CMF, P.O. Box 2000, Vacaville, CA 95696; Eva Contreraz, Trans woman lifer who spent time in Pelican Bay State Prison, is a writer and poet, has finally won her case in the California SC and is now in a women's facility after spending decades in men's prisons- Eva Contreraz, WB1126, CCWF 513-13-1L, P.O. Box 1508, Chowchilla, CA 93610
June 17, 2021 Samuel Brown, caged in Lancaster and his wife, Jamilia Land. They speak about ACA 3, legislation to remove language from the state constitution that allows for slavery as punishment for a crime.
June 10, 2021 We hear from David Easley in a Toledo, Ohio prison speak on the medical abuse of both him and his friend Mark Hinkston (Mustafa); Please donate to help with legal fees: https//gofund.me/54d0f1cb; Follow him at: decarcerateohio_33; Nube reads Pt five of "The Evil Dehumanizing Practice of the Short Corridor Torture Chamber" by Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa and Mutope
May 27, 2021 We hear from Abdul Olugbala Shakur on what it means to be a revolutionary for the people; Nube reads the third part of The Evil Dehumanizing Practice within the Short Corridor Torture Chamber, by Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa and Mutope Duguma.
May 20, 2021 We hear powerful speeches from Malcolm X; PT. 2 of The Evil Dehumanizing Practice within the Short Corridor Torture Chamber, by Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa and Mutope Duguma; Nube reads and Mother's Day letter from an imprisoned soon to his mother, and we read her comments; we hear the latest from our New Afrikan comrade, Mwalimu; Nube reads and beautiful and moving letter from our beloved friend Zah, a New Afrikan serving an unjust LWOP sentence