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[Side A] Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Rally in New York featuring speeches by H. Rap Brown (or Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin) and Julius Lester (10/20/1967). Interviews in Georgia with Ralph McGill and Reverand Ralph Abernathy, chairman of the Souther Christian Leadership Conference and highlights from the 10th Annual Convention of the SCLC (8/1967). A segment featuring Ted Vincent includes his analysis on the failure of the New Deal for Black people (1/1968). Eavesdropping along the Mason-Dixon Line (2/2/1968). Open Hour: The Urban Plantation with Neil Eddington. [Side B] Malcom X speech entitled "The Prospects for Freedom" (1/7/1965). Interview with James Boggs, author of The American Revolution, and Grace Lee Boggs. Discussion with leaders from the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). Speech by H. Rap Brown at the Oakland Auditorium for the Huey Newton Defense Fund with an introduction by Eldridge Cleaver (2/17/1968). Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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