Democracy Now The FBI has added the former Black Panther Assata Shakur to its Most Wanted Terrorist List 40 years after the killing for which she was convicted. Born Joanne Chesimard, Shakur was found guilty of shooting dead a New Jersey state trooper during a gunfight in 1973. Show More Summary
FBI Special Agent In Charge Of Newark Division - Aaron Ford The fact that NO ONE ELSE THAT I SEE is attempting to rationalize all of this is proof of a grand engineered scheme that is going on before us.A Black FBI Special Agent In Change...Show More Summary
In 1977, Black Panther Party member Joanne Chesimard, who now goes by Assata Shakur (yes, that Shakur; she’s Tupac’s godmother), was convicted of murdering New Jersey state trooper Werner Foerster. She was sent to prison, but escaped...Show More Summary
Chadwick Boseman got a big career boost this spring by playing baseball hero Jackie Robinson in 42, and now he may be on the verge of raising his profile even further by playing a superhero. According to a new report, Boseman is the favorite to take the lead in Marvel’s Black Panther, long rumored to [...]
A new Marvel hero?
From the April 22 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: Fox's Kilmeade Blames Obama's Middle East Policy For Boston Marathon Bombings
“It is one of the great weaknesses of reasonable men and women that they imagine that projects which fly in the face of commonsense are not serious or being seriously undertaken.” — Margaret Thatcher You may remember the New Black Panthers...Show More Summary
The former radical's experiences during the 1960s in San Francisco inform her new novel. She talks hippies, Black Panthers and revolution. In the late 1960s, Judy Juanita was a college undergraduate in the Bay Area and editor of a Black Panther Party newspaper. Show More Summary
Marvel’s Black Panther has been in and out of film development for ages, with the just-released-from-prison Wesley Snipes rumored for the lead on many occasions. We didn’t hear anything new about it for a long time, although we did get...Show More Summary
Rush Limbaugh falsely claimed President Obama's nominee for Secretary of Labor Tom Perez "made the call not to prosecute the New Black Panthers," a case that was concluded before Perez ever joined the Department. President Obama nominated Perez on Monday to head the Labor Department on Monday. Show More Summary
President Obama is expected to nominate Department of Justice Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez Monday for Labor Secretary. Seeking...
Long before Washington Post conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin fabricated the existence of a real-time video feed of the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, deliberately misled her readers in her coverage of Mitt Romney during the...Show More Summary
Since the summer of 2010, the right-wing media has been obsessively promoting the absurd non-scandal involving the New Black Panther Party, in which the Obama Justice Department was alleged to have dropped voter intimidation charges against the fringe group owing to racial and political solidarity. Show More Summary
But a new inspector general's report found the Obama and Bush administrations handled the New Black Panther voter intimidation case properly. Read more...
Click here to view this media They just can't stop themselves, can they? Fox will just find any excuse possible to continue their bogus New Black Panther fearmongering, the latest being the possible nomination of Thomas Perez for Labor...Show More Summary
Fox News is using reports that Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Thomas Perez may be nominated as Secretary of Labor to revive their manufactured scandal that the Obama administration favored the New Black Panther Party inShow More Summary
New Haven Independent: "In the basement of a New Haven housing co-op, tied to a chair at gunpoint, in a vain effort to save his life, Alex Rackley started giving up names after fellow party members poured pots of boiling water over him. Now you can hear what he said." (via David Carr)
Kevin “Rashid” Johnson is a New African Communist prison organizer and intellectual in the United States and one of the founders of the NABPP-PC (New African Black Panther Party-Prison Chapter). He has spent most of his adult life in the prison system and continually been subjected to political repression and violence in retaliation for [...]
MFI-Miami is in talks with the Detroit chapter of the New Black Panther Nation/New Marcus Garvey Movement to help keep an inner-city school teacher from being illegally evicted by Fannie Mae.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's "New Avengers" #2. Namor and Black Panther's official Illuminati business becomes personal on January 16.