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.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Justice For Trayvon Martin!

Justice for Trayvon Martin! Justice for 'em All! Hoodies up, eyes open, and fist clinched!     - Chairman Fred H.A.M.pton Jr. POCC/BPP  -  We Ride!

Monday, March 19, 2012

Consequence Of Capitalism Which Was Born Out Of White Power

The climate in which is created as a consequence of capitalism  was born out of white power. Even amongst its civilian population there is a message that is sent that Black people are to be treated as the Rodney Dangerfields of all races. In other words, with no respect! Whether it be a Korean merchant killing young Latasha in California or the state of Texas in Huntsville execution of Shaka Sankofa or Calumet City pigs murdering 15 year old Stephon Watts or, the countless number of Black and Brown youth that end up dead in one way or another. Throughout the streets of Englewood in Chicago, Illinois, Philadelphia, Oakland, California etc., or this criminal George Zimmerman gunning down 17 year old Trayvon Martin in Florida. US Capitalism and the respective politics that it produces killed 'em ALL! Even in New Orleans, La. We, the POCC/BPPC remain consistent with our position. Katrina ain't kill nobody... America did. Give credit where credit is due. Let the record reflect, Hurricane America. We refuse to engage in the games and charades played by US imperialism and their respective puppets. By either viewing the victims as criminals and/or refusing to acknowledge the International Gangsters who really get down on us. For we can not afford the luxury of playing pin the tail on the donkey. And therefore must pin the tail on the pig.
     - Chairman Fred H.A.M.pton Jr. POCC/BPPC

Friday, March 2, 2012

LYRIC at Ford City

POCC/BPPC Code of Culture Clinched Fist Salute to K-Love 

and Lyric... The Beat Goes On... Long Live The Legacy of IRD

(International Rev. Day) Dec. 4th every year at Ground Zero