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GJU and SHAKA; transform the colonial mentality into a revolutionary mentality

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Free The Land! Revolutionary Greetings! Afrikan Liberation! Everyone tune in to George Jackson University Radio as we continue the tradition of transforming the colonial mentality into a revolutionary mentality, which is by educating the mind to a higher level of consciousness via education. Wed. December the 21st, 2016 at 8:00 pm Eastern standard Time (5:00 pm west coast time )  call in to 347-826-7332 or listen online at www.blogtalkradio.com/georgejacksonradio. We will feature Elder Shaka At-Thinnin. Shaka At-Thinnin is a prisoner advocate and abolitionist, who has been organizing and educating about the hells of the Prison Industrial Complex for well over 3 decades. Brother Shaka is the Chairman of the Black August Organizing Committee (BAOC), which is headquartered in Oakland, California.  Comrade Shaka has been involved in prisoner rights issues for over three decades. He personally understands the systematic slavery known as Prison as well as the Prison Industrial Slave Complex. Shaka along with Kumasi made a critique on the movie Black August which is about the story of George Lester Jackson, whom is a freedom fighter for the people's liberation. Shaka At-Thinnin is a educator and has built a relationship with the FTP Movement.  On Feb. the 15th,2009 BAOC and The FTP Movement formed an official union as agreed upon by Shaka At Thinnin, Chairman of BAOC and Kalonji Jama Changa,Founder /National Coordinator of The FTP Movement. This union has brought a lot of Black August events to the Atlanta area where Brother Kalonji of FTP reside. Comrade Shaka continues to be steadfast by never surrending to the oppressor as he always tries to fight for the release of all comrades behinds enemy lines. Please call in Wed. night on Dec. the 21st,2016 as we rap with Elder Shaka. Salamu.