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Growing up in the Black Nation
from Cointelpro 101 - 2010 - 1:35
My History of Resistance
from San Quentin 1986 - 6:51
Origins of the Black Liberation Movement
from Cointelpro 101 - 2010 - 3:10
Prison & Cointelpro
Pasadena Community College - 1997 2:09
Vietnam & Detroit Rebellion
from Cointelpro 101 - 2010 - 2:56
I'm in it to win!
Pasadena Community College - 1997 - 1:10
Why i was a target
from Cointelpro 101 - 2010 - 1:43
Keep on pushin'
from Cointelpro 101 - 2010 - :20
Tribute to Don Cox and Geronimo Ji Jaga
Africa Today's Walter Turner and Transitions on Tradition's Greg Bridges bring you this special with Emory Douglas on the recent passing of two prominent Black leaders.
"Release" footage is from 1997. The San Quentin interview is from 1986 in the prison by Lisa Rudman, Judy Gerber and others. The most recent interview was done for Cointelpro 101 in San Francisco by Prentis Hemphill, Claude Marks & Isaac Ontiveros.
Thanks to Oriana Bolden for editing the clips.
This musical tribute in honor of Brother Geronimo ji Jaga who made his transition into the realm of the Ancestors in Tanzania, June 3, 2011 was created by some of East Africa's top artists including Akula 'Dunga' Akwabi; Fareed 'FidQ' Kubanda; Jacob 'JCB' Makalla; Charlotte 'Mama C' O'Neal; Lavosti; and Anwary Msechu of Kilimanjaro Film Institute. with additional drumming by Ras Noel. This collective effort was a a testament to the love and respect that so many had for G'!