Exit the Dragon Episode 1

From a komrade behind the wallz (gulag) of North Amerikkka. Live Interview from behind the Wall, Mississippi. On this live interview, Kilaika Baruti speaks with Brother Darius, who shares with us true accounts of his life before prison and what life is like for him and other Afrikan men being held at facilities in Mississippi. […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

LONG LIVE THE DRAGON George Lester Jackson September 23, 1941 – August 21, 1971 This monster – the monster they’ve engendered in me will return to torment its maker, from the grave, the pit, from the profoundest pit. Hurl me into the next existence, the descent into hell won’t turn me. I’ll crawl back to […]

Defying the Tomb, Defying Illogic

Jared A. Ball *Originally published as a radio column 09/20/2011 Earlier this year when we received word of an attempt by Maryland prison officials to ban the recently published book by former Black Panther Party leader and current political prisoner Marshall “Eddie” Conway, we were reminded of the immediacy of the threat ideas can represent […]

Amerika’z fortress of blood: The death of George Jackson and the birth of the prison-industrial complex

In 1971, activist George Jackson was mysteriously killed in San Quentin prison — a tragedy repeated time and again Dan Berger   (Credit: Reuters/Lucas Jackson) A young black man gunned down by law enforcement. His body is then left outside for four hours. The shocking gore of the situation sparks countless protests around the country […]

BROTHERZ (1977)

Bernie Casey (Hit Man, Cleopatra Jones), Vonetta McGee (Blacula, Thomasine & Bushrod), Ron O’Neal (Superfly), John Lehne,  Stu Gilliam, Renny Roker,  Owen Pace.  Comrade George Jackson, a Freedom Fighter, Black Panther, Black Guerrilla Family. His legacy and his teaches live on, but are there any films that highlight his life? Hard to find, and not promoted […]

Knowledge Session: Who Waz George Jackson?

by: Rishma Dhaliwal Tags: George Jackson, knowledge, Knowledge Session In 1960, at the age of eight­een, George Jack­son was accused of steal­ing $70 from a gas sta­tion in Los Angeles. Though there was evid­ence of his inno­cence, his court-appointed law­yer main­tained that because Jack­son had a record (two pre­vi­ous instances of petty crime), he should […]

George Lester Jackson – New Video (and Audio)

This extraordinary video is from a 16mm film “work print” made in 1971–1972, and includes interviews with George Jackson, Georgia Jackson (George and Jonathan Jackson’s mother) and Angela Davis, while she was still in the Marin County Courthouse Jail, before her acquittal. We have not been able to identify the other prisoners. As you will […]

George Jackson University

  “Let Us Turn Every Prison into a University and Every Prison Cell into a Classroom for Afrocentric Study!” The National Association of Brothers and Sisters In and Out (NABSIO) is actively tapping into this enormous “mental database” and developing a two-way street of communication through letter writing and the sending of historical and cultural […]