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25 Years After George Jackson Gunned Down: Interview with Jonny Spain of San Quentin Six

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Twenty-five years after Black Panther George Jackson was shot and killed by guards during an escape attempt from San Quentin prison, we speak with Jonny Spain the only member of the San Quentin six convicted of conspiracy, and with Lori Andrews author of a new book called "Black Power, White Blood: the Life and Times of Jonny Spain."

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