Prisoners Of Conscience Committee

Prisoners Of Conscience Committee
The Prisoners of Conscience Committee Founded by Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr. during the nine years he spent in prison in the 1990's.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Just because....

"Just because I let sh*t sit. Doesn't mean I don't smell its' stench. For sometimes it serves a purpose to see what flies attract. Just because I don't stare at certain situations. Doesn't mean that my peripheral vision doesn't see it. Just because I am silent at times. Doesn't mean that I am not making a statement. Just because I kick it with some cats. Doesn't mean that they're cut from Cub cloth."
             -Chairman Fred Hampton Jr..

Sunday, January 18, 2015

They Will..... By Chairman Fred Hampton Jr.

"They will attempt to keep those of us who struggle as a secret. They will provide the more palatable examples for our people.They will attempt to wipe Men/Women like me from your memory banks. The capitalists have and will issue consequences for mere mention of our names, organizations, and beliefs. The ruling class will raise up the runts amongst the liter. And then will designate that you too, can be seen as a success story, or simply be seen. If you bow down and bark like the lap dogs that the kennels of capitalism have produced. I have been banned by radio stations ...white and negro alike. Shunned by former so-called supporters due to my stance. Forced off of fb. And treated as the invisible man by those whom can only see when the states says it is ok to open their eyes. Though we do not fight for the Glory. But we do recognize the relevance of our counterparts knowing Our Story. For it is exciting! It is inspirational! To know that there have been, and are those whom are cut from a cloth. Not pre-washed and watered down. That has and is standing up! and getting down!"-Chairman Fred Hampton Jr..

Friday, December 12, 2014

“2337” Jack Metaphor ft. Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. #FreeEmAll

Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. is a life long revolutionary. In this piece he tells the ongoing saga of police terrorism and mob attacks with “2337” based on the Dec. 4th, 1969 assassination in Chicago at 2337 W. Monroe. This song tells the story of the assassination of Chairman Fred Hampton Sr., 45 years later, the story is the same. #FreeEmAll

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Press Release: Annual International Revolutionary Day (IRD) December 4, 2014


PHONE: 773-256-9451


(Chicago, Illinois), – 12/4/14 – The annual International Revolutionary Day (IRD) commemoration of Chairman Fred Hampton Sr. of the Black Panther Party will begin at 12:00 noon with a reenactment of the historical panther led people's procession where people convened from all over the world December 4, 1969, to see what happened. Movie filming of the first scene shoot depicting the lives of Chairman Fred Hampton Sr and Defense Captain Mark Clark's assassinations, will begin at 12:00 pm at 2337 West Monroe, Chicago Illinois. This being the day in 1969, that the two panther party members were assassinated in Chicago Illinois, by the US government and the Chicago Police Department.

The Massacre On Monroe, left in its aftermath, the assassinations of twenty-one year old
Deputy Chairman Fred Hampton and twenty-two year old Defense Captain Mark Clark. As it was
in life, it remains in legacy; the attack of the struggle for self determination that the former director
of the F.B.I., J. Edgar Hoover deemed to be the number one threat to internal security of the
United States.

How was the Black Panther Party an internal threat? By providing the first Free Breakfast program
nationwide. By providing Free Medical Clinics. By providing information to better the communities of poor people nationwide.

Chairman Fred Hampton Sr. Organized the original Rainbow Coalition where all nationalities expressed points of unity.

People/Extras will wear 1960's attire throughout the day as well as, at 5:00pm for reenactment of funeral services.