The George Jackson Brigade was a Seattle based revolutionary group named for Afro American, George Jackson, a dissident prisoner at the Soledad Prison in California, who was killed during a 1971 prison break. The group was involved in violent acts and claimed to use force to overthrow the present governmental and international business structures and to establish a system of communism. Combining veterans of the prisoners' women’s, gay, and black liberation movements, this organization was also ideologically diverse, consisting of both communists and anarchists.VideoVideo: Interview with former member.
George Jackson Brigade
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