Interviewed three weeks before his death [August 21, 1971], George Jackson discusses prison conditions, the role of Black women in Black liberation, and his personal and political ideology. Jackson is interviewed by Max Bloom, and the interview took place at San Quentin Prison. Contains sensitive language.
Interview with George Jackson
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PRA Archive #:
Date Recorded on:
28 July 1971.
Date Broadcast on:
August 22, 1971
Total duration (All reels):
11 reels (ca. 360 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1971
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