One New Afrikan Nation Toward B.A.M. Black August Memorial : George Jackson Revolutionary Nationalist, and one of the founders of the (N.A.R.N.) Collective, by both prison officials, and state/federal law enforcement agents. Comrade George L. Jackson was shot to death by racist white prison guards in San Quentin Prison, because of his political beliefs that exemplified our (N.A.N.)- Several white racist guards/prisoners were killed during the revolt in San Quentin Prison (A.C.), that took place on August 21, 1971.
This soldier crime was, continuing to teach, educate, and practice his people beliefs/principles that were taught to him through the ideologies of, Nationalism, Black Nationalism, Revolutionary Black Nationalism, and the final ideological transformation of New Afrikan Revolutionary Nationalism. These freedom fighters were before their time; W.L. Nolan, George L. Jackson, Big Jake Lewis, William Christmas, Tony Gibson, James Carr and many others: • August 1, 1978, the state murdered Commander in Chief Jeffery Joka Khatari Gaulden through (K.d.O.K.) systematic/deliberate denial of prompt, and competent medical care/treatment of a severe head injury, and his crime was the same as W.L. Nolan et al, William Christmas et al, and George L. Jackson, for loving their (N.A.N.) and continuing their ancestors legacy of resistance, and fighting for New Afrikan liberation, both behind, and beyond these prison walls. • Special Dedication: There is a special dedication to our first (B.A.O.C.) chairperson, motha, wife, and beloved fallen comrade; Peggy Adama Kambon Carter. for her selfless acts, and heroine leadership, to which she made as the prerequisite to success, that we understand, and move in accord with the understanding, that our struggle for nation building is one of; ideological, political, cultural, and organizational principles, to which Black August Resistance (B.A.R.) represents to this day. Comrade Adamas transformation was high-lighted, throughout her life journey in navigating with the Black Liberation Movement
And onto the New Afrikan Independence Movement (N.A.I.M.). Comrade Adama lived, and was united by her consciousness, the obduracy love for our (N.A.N. ), and the immortal spirit of Refu Kukaa Weusi Agostil! Therefore, decades, and centuries from these spoken words, we shall continue to echo comrade Adamas name, among her comrades, peers, and fellow heroines. Just to name a few, Wanjiru Nyamaru Mau Mau General; Harriet Tubman; Amy A. Garvey; Sandral L. Pratt; Betty Shabazz, Queen Nzinga of Angola; and Sojouner Truth. We equally salute the many unsung Afrikan Long live the spirit of comrade Adama!
• 1800 – New Afrikan Revolutionary Gabriel Prosser, was imprisoned and murdered by this country/government; • 1822 – New Afrikan Revolutionary Denmark Vessey, was imprisoned and murdered by this country/government; • 1822 – New Afrikan Revolutionary David Walker, was kidnapped, and murdered by this country/government; • 1831 – New Afrikan Revolutionary Nat Turner, was imprisoned and murdered by this country/government; • 1920 – New Afrikan Revolutionary Nationalist (N.A.R.N.) Marcus Garvey, was imprisoned, and forced out of this country (deported). The crime of our ancestors were: their love/fighting for our people, and the building of our (N.A.N.). For the sistas/brothas who shall participate in (B.A.M.), you shall answer these questions, to further understand the essence of (B.A.M.) in each of your lives: 1) What is Black August? 2) How did the concept of Black August originate? 3) What is the significance of Black August to the Black community? 4) What are the politics of Black August? 5) How is Black August viewed as a viable social concept? 6) How does the concept Black August seek to motivate and guide our (N. A.N.) forward? 7) Why should people support Black August? 8) Who is W.L. Nolan? Who is William Christmas? 1 0) Who is George L. Jackson? 1 1 ) Who is Joka Khatari Gaulden? 1 2) What is Black August Resistance.. #BAM #BlackAugust #FreedomFighters #PoliticPrisoners #AUGUSTBOYZ