In solidarity

Reflections on the Life and Death of Legendary Black Panther Fred Hampton

By Keith ‘Malik’ Washington
Deputy chairman – New Afrikan Black Panther Party (Prison chapter)

Revolutionary greetings comrades and free world allies and friends. You know I’m going through a rough time right now but it’s worth it! All of us who have devoted our lives to improving or protecting the lives of others always encounter adversity; there is no struggle without sacrifice – remember that.

On December 4th, 1969 Comrade Fred Hampton and Mark Clark paid the ultimate price. They were assassinated by the Chicago Police Department and FBI while they slept!

Many of us know the story of betrayal that led to the death of these incredible servants of the people. Fred Hampton was the founder of the Rainbow Coalition. He organized Puerto Rican and white comrades around a revolutionary socialist agenda. My comrade justin adkins and I seek to carry on the legacy of Comrade Fred by creating a new version of the Rainbow Coalition encompassing comrades from every corner of society. If you’ve come to the realization that imperialism is exploiting the people and destroying the planet – then join us! You may be surprised what we have to offer.

Today let’s celebrate Comrade Fred’s life!

In solidarity

These are our freedom fighters!

By Keith Malik Washington

"Black Panther Party" by Rashid

“Black Panther Party” by Rashid

Revolutionary greetings comrades! It’s August 7th 2016 – black August – many of you who have been following my work may think my only focus is prison issues. That is not the case. However, the United States has utilized prisons as a means to silence the voices of those who dissent. Those who cry out in the streets for justice.

It is only fitting that on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the original Black Panther Party that a panther leads the charge to abolish prison slavery in America.

But more importantly, I request you aid me in freeing the numerous Freedom Fighters who still are languishing in the slave camps and gulags because they dared to speak truth to power and confront oppressive forces that hurt the people!

In 2016 our words need to become actions! We must start congregating in the slave camps bringing media and activist and demand the system free our people!

The reason why I am so passionate about this issue is that recently I became the target of a modern-day COINTELPRO campaign.

The state of Texas has labeled me a radical Islamic extremist. This is an outright lie and total fabrication intended to weaken and destroy our movement!

I ask you all to contact TDCJ public information office and denounce these false labels being placed on me because I speak truth to power!

This movement won’t be derailed! We will abolish prison slavery we will free our freedom fighters!

Dare to struggle, Dare to win all power to the people!
Comrade Malik

TDCJ public information office

Contact: Jason Clark and Robert Hurst
Phone 936 – 437 – 6041
Fax 936-437-6055