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Denny Smithson, Karen Wald, and Joe Blum talk with Huey in Vacaville Medical Facility. Newton speaks on his response to his trial outcome and his time in prison so far, and what is to come. Interview was recorded on October 17, 1968. Denny Smithson reports statements made by San Francisco State College administration on Black studies and TWLF demands. WBAI's Jerry Jacobs program "How It Is" interview with Lee Pennington, a poet from Appalachia. Conversations at Chicago: Cancer as an Infectious Disease; a discussion by Dr. Robert J. Huebner, Dr. Elwood V. Jensen, and Dr. Werner H. Kristen. Man-Out-of-Doors with Keith Murray. News on San Francisco State College's S.I. Hayakawa statement, excerpts from the TWLF and BSU rally at S.F. State, and updates on student demands; reported by Denny Smithson. Marvin Kramer gives World News report. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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