Must Read: Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson

 

Soledad Brother is a col­lec­tion of Jackson’s let­ters from prison and an out­spoken con­dem­na­tion of racism and white suprem­acy in USA. George Jackson’s story res­on­ates for its por­trait of a man tak­ing a stand even while locked down.

Jackson’s let­ters make palp­able the intense feel­ings of anger and rebel­lion that still fills black men today in USA’s prisons.

Watch a movie based on George Jackson’s life:

http://www.iamhiphopmagazine.com/black-august-a-month-of-meaning-of-repression-and-radical-resistance-of-injustice-and-divine-justice-%E2%80%A8-mumia-abu-jamal/

Listen to George Jack­son Trib­ute Mix­tape by IMIX­WHAT­ILIKE!

 

 

 

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Gata Malandra

Gata Malandra

Editor / Researcher at No Bounds
Gata is a music and arts lover, stud­ied anthro­po­logy, art man­age­ment and media pro­duc­tion ded­ic­at­ing most of her time to cre­at­ive pro­jects pro­duced by No Bounds.

About Gata Malandra

Gata Malandra
Gata is a music and arts lover, studied anthropology, art management and media production dedicating most of her time to creative projects produced by No Bounds.