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+ reading this right now, this exact book, the 1970 edition (i love old books. vintage.)
it’s fuckin amazin.
the raw details that George Jackson portrays in his letters to his parents are so vivid.
and it’s interestin cuz his mom is Christian and doesnt understand him and his dad sometimes betrays him. but George still forgives them and writes to them anyway. u can feel the love, the tension, you can feel his determination and unquestionable commitment to the struggle of Black liberation.
he writes some lines that should be recited every morning upon waking up.
half way done wit it.

reading this right now, this exact book, the 1970 edition (i love old books. vintage.)

it’s fuckin amazin.

the raw details that George Jackson portrays in his letters to his parents are so vivid.

and it’s interestin cuz his mom is Christian and doesnt understand him and his dad sometimes betrays him. but George still forgives them and writes to them anyway. u can feel the love, the tension, you can feel his determination and unquestionable commitment to the struggle of Black liberation.

he writes some lines that should be recited every morning upon waking up.

half way done wit it.

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  10. peaceshine3 said: I had this book on my parents shelves since I could even remember…it now sits on my shelf and can’t wait to pass it on to my oldest daughter.
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    I just got this book! Can’t wait to read it.
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    My Hero died in prison/George Jackson(c)Butterfly
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