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, January 30, 2014

December 4, 1969..... 44 Years Later

Interview With Chairman Fred Hampton Jr.

"Obama was the coldest drug America dropped on Blacks since CRACK."
                   -Chairman Fred Jr.

A year ago at the Hadyia Pendleton Funeral

A year ago at the Hadyia Pendleton Funeral. And as the attacks upon our community remain. Our position and resistance remains. There's an old adage that says that God made Africans and that America made Ni*****. We add to that...The City and State administrations created CHIRAQ!

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

The State of The Community Address...

"To the People,members of the press, etc.. We are being put out (homes), locked up (Prisons/Concentration Camps), and shot down ( by the states sentries and state sanctioned conditions). Thank you for time. End of Address."
          - Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. POCC/BPPC Free 'em All!

"Whether it be internationally/nationally or within a family.One of Americas policy is to create chaos and restore 'order'.It is too common of an occurrence, to be taken as coincidence.That in black and other colonized communities. Whether it be seen via state sanctioned leaders, (s)elected officials, entertainers, athletes or what have you.Where the system directly/indirectly takes out the father/mother.And that same system steps in to 'save' the 'abandoned' orphan.Pinpointing the impressionable child at a age that later produces black woman hatred that pales in comparison to OJ Simpson.And a black male hatred that only Oprah can OWN.Whether it be the police officer that 'saved' the life of Lil 'Wayne Carter when he was a pre-teen.Or the adoptees of the Madonnas,Sandra Bullocks,etc..A tactic that can be correlated to the nursing Gorilla being gunned down in the African bush by poachers. And to suddenly have the primate awaken to white human hands bottle feeding this sudden new comer to the cruel world/jungle."-Chairman Fred Jr. POCC/BPPC 

The Denver Broncos wide receiver whose mom will watch him in Super Bowl from PRISON - along with her cellmate who's his grandma.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

If You Are Under The Impression..........

"If you are under the impression that what the politics of US Imperialism has and is doing in Africa, Afghanistan, Iraq, Viet Nam, Philippines, Japan,China, and yes CHIRAQ! Has no psychological impact on the children in particular and the entire populace in general. Well, then you are truly psychologically impacted!"        
                  -Chairman Fred Jr. POCC/BPPC

Friday, January 24, 2014

Vanity Fair's Strategic Skin Lightening of Lupita Nyong'o

"Vanity Fair's strategic skin lightening of actress Lupita Nyong'o should be seen and summed up in a long list of political strikes against a people. In which not only the system that sends the strikes has a disdain for African people at home and throughout the diaspora. But, possesses the political will to bring an individual in/out of 'being black' whenever it is beneficial to that same said system. It also possesses a potency to produce a self hatred from the victim that is horrifying to say the least.

The politics of race, class, shade, etc. by US Imperialism may be witnessed via its dictates and dealings with Dominican Republic as opposed to that of Haiti. Images of Jesus to Santa Claus. The Newsweek darkening of OJ Simpson when tried for double homicide. Sean 'Puffy' Combs first reaction upon seeing Christopher 'Biggie'Smalls. When rapper Drakes photo album cover was darkened. When the Machine initially mentally murdered Michael Jackson and the majority of his family. With the political powdering of the Beyonces and of Indie Arie. The colonized community at large couldn't even imagine the cold calculated conversations that are controlled by corporate America." --Chairman Fred Jr.. POCC/BPPC

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Featured Panelists - Saturday January 18, 2014

Featured Panelists for The U.S.'s Historic and Continued Attacks On The Black Liberation Movement & Activists Community Conversation

 Saturday January 18, 2014
 2pm - 6pm

 Charles H. Wright Museum Of African American History
 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48201
Akua Njeri
Comrade Mother Akua Njeri, Formally Known As Deborah Johnson

Fred Hampton Jr
Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. POCC/BPPC

Friday, January 10, 2014

Cub Cold Community Checks...

"A Call out to the Cubs as well as the community in general.A Reminder to be mindful of the elderly and other community members. In regards to the freezing rigid temperatures in CHIRAQ! as well other locations. Never negating the fact that the policy makers of CHIRAQ! and other colonized communities for that matter. Have no problem as well as maintain a notorious history. Of cutting off gas,heat, etc. within the oppressed communities at times such as these. And simply allowing those in the cold to freeze solid. With the same callousness in which the American Gov.t watched the corpses and casualties of Hurricane Katrina/America of New Orleans,La. and elsewhere." 
                                -Chairman Fred Jr.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

On Saturday January 4, 2014 Chairman Fred Showed Solidarity with the community rebuilding of the burned down memorial for 13 yr old ANDY LOPEZ

"Sonoma County sheriff's deputies shot and killed a 13-year-old boy during an encounter in a southwest Santa Rosa neighborhood. The boy's father, Rodrigo Lopez, identified the teen as Andy Lopez and said he had been carrying a toy gun that belonged to a friend. Santa Rosa and Petaluma police detectives are investigating the shooting. Interviews were conducted throughout Tuesday night, Santa Rosa Lt. Paul Henry said Wednesday morning. At 3 p.m., two sheriff's deputies patrolling in the area of Moorland and West Robles avenues observed Lopez walking with what sheriff's officials said appeared to be some type of rifle. The deputies called for backup and repeatedly ordered the boy to drop the rifle, Sheriff's Lt. Dennis O'Leary said in a news release. At some point after the deputies told Lopez to drop the rifle, they fired several rounds from their handguns at the boy, who was hit multiple times, O'Leary said. After telling Lopez to move away from the rifle, deputies approached the unresponsive teen as he lay on the ground and handcuffed him before administering first aid and calling for medical assistance, O'Leary said. Lopez was later pronounced dead at the scene. Neither deputy was injured, said Sheriff's Lt. Steve Brown. Sheriff's officials did not release the names of the deputies Tuesday, but said both had been placed on administrative leave. After securing the scene, deputies discovered the rifle the teen was carrying was a replica of an assault weapon, O'Leary said. Deputies also found a plastic handgun in the teen's waistband. The shooting took place at the edge of a field. The area was cordoned off for hours with yellow police tape. An ambulance and numerous patrol cars from both the Santa Rosa Police Department and Sheriff's Office surrounded the area. Moorland Avenue was initially closed from West Robles to Corby avenues."
               Facebook - Justice For Andy Lopez