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.

Monday, April 21, 2014

Justice For Nubia! Justice For 'Em All!

Justice For Nubia! Justice For 'Em All! Once again, the infamous BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), which gained international notoriety in response to the January 1, 2009 video taped, cold blooded shooting and subsequent murder of 22 year old handcuffed Oscar Grant by Johannes Mehserle – has unleashed it's terror upon the African community. Although contradictions connected to BART are not limited to that of the Black community; the mere mention of BART brings major concerns raised amongst the citizenry of the Bay area which is inclusive of, an international community and individuals from all walks of life. There is an automatic connection to the mismanagement of funds and the protocol of police terrorism which impacts every aspect of life of the bay area in particular. A wanton police terror that breeds an arrogance and a climate which even their fellow respective BART police officers have been victimized and buried as a result of, under such auspices as "accidental shootings." In the traditional sense of the manner in which this country dispenses Just-Us in regard to the Black community in particular, once more, the victim is depicted as the criminal and the criminal the victim. The recorded screams of Nubia, prior to being bogustly charged and arrested, in addition to the attacks she incurred while in custody of Santa Rita County, represent graphic depictions of the brutal terrorism that African people are dealt on a daily basis. Forward with the demand! Justice For Nubia! Justice For 'Em All! 
   --Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. POCC/BPPC/CRT  (Prisoners of Conscience Committee/Black Panther Party Cubs/Community Response Team)

 A 19-YEAR OLD AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMAN; OAKLAND RESIDENT _______________________________________________ 
Oakland Court Date Wed. April 23, 2014
Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse, Dept. 104 661
Washington Street in Oakland, CA

Chairman Fred Hampton Jr., with a report on police and governmental terrorism and  Sister Nubia Bowe, a 19 year old who was recently beaten by cops in Oakland, CA

Chairman Fred Hampton - Nubia Bowe Interview located at 87:32 minutes
Popular Politics Progressive Internet Radio with Empress Chi on BlogTalkRadio

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Saturday April 5, 2014 at 1:00 pm The South Corner of 62nd and S. Rhodes. Mobilize for Justice - Raason Shaw!

Free Em All...Call. Sat. April 5, 2014 at 1:00 pm @ the south corner of 62nd & S. Rhodes. March and Mobilization for Justice for Raason Shaw. Justice for 'em All!

Friday, April 4, 2014

Raashon Shaw - Murdered By CPD

This is the modus-operandi, how the police get down, cause the reality is there’s no war on drugs, there’s no war on guns, there’s no war on gangs, this is war on black and other oppressed communities and in case after case, you know what I’m saying, as soon as the shootin’ go down you hear the police say stuff like, ‘Well, it was a justified shooting,’ but I just want to point out also it’s met with resistance. 
  - Chairman Fred Jr. - WE RIDE