April 14, 2022 We spend the hour reading the article, "Power concedes nothing: A discussion on CDCr's insidious regulatory semantics and judicial collision in maintenance of SHU torture units," by NCTT-COR-SHU, published in the SF Bay View, March 28, 2014. This continues an ongoing series to reinvigorate and reestablish who the Historic California Hunger Strike heroes are and why we need to help get them free.
March 24, 2022 We spend the hour focusing on Freedom Fighter Ruchell Magee, longest held political prisoner, now 83 years old, almost 60 years held captive by the state of California, and the implications of the corrupt parole board's authority to deny people their freedom.
March 17, 2022 We spend the hour talking about the campaign to build a Community Release Board as a humane alternative to the BPH. We'll hear from the co-authors, Zaharibu and Fati, as well as other similarly situated Elder New Afrikans behind CDCr walls fighting for their freedom.
March 10, 2022 Nube spends the hour in conversation with Yusuf Bey IV, wrongfully convicted of a triple murder for which he is suffering three consecutive life sentences without the possibility of control, and Amin Cooley, nephew of one of the victims, Chauncey Bailey, who is convinced of Bey's innocence.
March 3, 2022 Nube spends the hour with National Minister of Information Bomani Uhuru Jihad Shakur of the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika.
February 17, 2022 Nube reads from the most recent publications of young revolutionary, Kwame Shakur, caged-in body only-in an Indiana prison, and Elder revolutionary, Louis Powell, survivor of decades of solitary confinement torture and still caged, in body only. Their books are Prison Lives Matter, journal In the Spirit of Mandela, Spring Vol.1; Chronicles of a Prison Dirty War, respectively.
February 10, 2022 Nube spends the hour in conversation with 26-year-old Mansa Muta, unjustly captured in Kern Valley State Prison who speaks to us about knowing thyself and the implications of the Willie Lynch letter.
February 3, 2022 We hear from Dr. Dennis Childs speaking on his book "Slaves of the State: Black Incarceration from the Chain Gang to the Penitentiary" and then we hear a young (Dr.) Angela Davis making her National television appearance in an exclusive interview with Tony Brown (1972), following her recent acquittal of charges of kidnapping, murder and conspiracy after the San Rafael courtroom shootout in Marin.