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Why do we need Criminal Justice reform? Virginia could be considered the state most involved with the process of Mass Incarceration throughout the enitre United States. Wise will analyse some of the obstacles to criminal justice reform in... more

Did slavery ever end in Amerikkka? The 13th amendment is cited as the law that ended slavery, but the 13th amendment doesn't end slavery. What the 13th amendment does is takes slavery from a private sector institution and makes it... more

What does democracy in Amerikkka look like? Amerikkka is held up as the standard for democracy around the world. Yet it's been said that a country can measure it's democracy by the way it runs its prisons. Our collective... more

Prison authorities abusing their power and utilizing solitary confinement as a form of torture or breaking mechanism to discourage prisoner rights activist inside prison.

What makes a political prisoner? Many people are imprisoned for political reasons although they might not know it. Black and poor people don't receive equal justice. Lawmakers, judges, and law enforcement agents are well aware of this and yet... more

Askari, Sundiata, Sha and Sincere will discuss the legacy of Black August. Each will talk about what it means to be a political prisoner. The primary question is how do we create a culture of resistance in the prison system today? We... more

Jamaal Wyche is a prisoner in the Virginia Department of Corrections. He was recently accused of violating a prison policy that also was criminal. Without any hearing or any other form of due process he was placed in solitary confinement... more

What to the slave is the 4th of July? In 1852 Frederick Douglass asked a group of abolitionist this question. He answered by saying, "A day that reveals, more than any other day, the gross injustices and cruelties that the American Afrikan is in... more

Please listen in as Askari, Sundiata, and Oshun discuss what Black Politics mean to them. An we have guest to call in and give us their opinion as well.

What is our political identity? Black America have always been a minority group. This has limited our ability to shape public opinions. Today with Trump and Hilary both advocating for more white supremacy where should black America... more