Our Inter-communal Political Prisoner radio show George Jackson University radio will air 5/6/15 at 8:00 pm est our special guest: Comrade Aaron Dixon call in:
at just 19 years-old Aaron Dixon and he was given instructions to form the Seattle Chapter. With his appointment as Captain of the Seattle Chapter, he formed the first branch of the BPP outside of California.
Dixon and his fellow Panthers were able to turn their Panther chapter into a thriving center of militant Black activism and community service in Seattle’s Central District.
Dixon and Panthers created a free medical clinic (still in operation today as the Carolyn Downs Clinic), five breakfast programs for schoolchildren, the first free food bank in Seattle, a prisoner visitation program, and free legal services for poor people. The Party also responded to calls from the community regarding police brutality and harassment.
www.blogtalkradio.com/georgejacksonradio 8:00 pm est 347- 826-7332
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