RBG Worldwide 1 Nation Feat. A Revolutionary Classic

Commentary by Kiilu Nyasha / Full 4 Hour Show
(The second selection in our current audio line up)

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Black August originated in the concentration camps of California to honor fallen Freedom Fighters, Jonathan Jackson, George Jackson, William Christmas, James McClain and Khatari Gaulden. Jonathan Jackson was gunned down outside the Marin County California courthouse on August 7, 1970 as he attempted to liberate three imprisoned Black Liberation Fighters: James McClain, William Christmas and Ruchell Magee.

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Ruchell Magee is the sole survivor of that armed rebellion. He is the former co-defendant of Angela Davis and has been locked down for 40 years, most of it in solitary confinement. George Jackson was assassinated by prison guards during a Black prison rebellion at San Quentin on August 21, 1971. Three prison guards were also killed during that rebellion and prison officials charged six Black and Latino prisoners with the death of those guards.

These six brothers became known as the San Quentin Six. To honor these fallen soldiers the brothers who participated in the collective founding of Black August wore black armbands on their left arm and studied revolutionary works, focusing on the works of George Jackson…Learn More

RBG Worldwide 1 Nation

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Also See:

RBG Street Scholar On The History of Black August

George Jackson: Black Revolutionary & Spark for the Modern Day Anti-Prison Movement

1970 Marin County Courthouse Slave Rebellion/Videos at Assata

RBG Freedom Fighter Tribute: Feat, A Brief History of the New Afrikan Prison Struggle


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