|Affirmation read by Edward Pinkney||01:25||02/25/18|
|Brokenness, but I’m Still Winning the War||03:59||05/28/17|
|Lynne Stewart Tribute||01:42||03/12/17|
|Law Enforcement are Parasites||03:31||10/28/16|
|Mr. Kaepernick, You Are My Hero||03:23||10/05/16|
|Appeal Denied July 27th||02:41||07/28/16|
|We Must Stop Supporting Those Who Do Not Support Our Black Community||04:18||06/30/16|
|Why Prison Radio Matters||00:52||06/30/16|
|The Stolen 30 Months from the Corrupt Berrien County Court System||03:34||06/10/16|
|Now I Know||03:10||04/27/16|
|Interview with Rev. Pinkney about his Transfer||02:26||10/13/15|
|Corporate Rule & the Race Card||03:51||06/02/15|
|MOVE Bombing 30th Anniversary||03:01||05/11/15|
|Reverend Pinkney Speaks From Prison||01:34||02/10/15|
Reverend Edward Pinkney was a prisoner in the state of Michigan who was falsely accused of election forgery and sentenced to up to 10 years in prison despite a lack of evidence indicting him. Prior to his incarceration, he founded the Black Autonomy Network Community Organization to advance justice in Benton Harbor, MI, and such revolutionary activities led to his framing by the criminal legal system. He was eventually freed on May 1, 2018 when the Michigan Supreme Court overturned his conviction. In 2021, Pinkney sued Berrien County in federal court for convicting him of election forgery without substantial proof for any crime having been committed.
The Black Autonomy Network Community Organization continues to work in Benton Harbor, MI to promote the liberation of all people against systems of oppression. As of late, they monitor police officers to ensure the safety of black and brown people and support candidates running for office on equitable platforms.