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A portrait of Bobby Seale of the Black Panther Party, interviewed from San Francisco County Jail, February 13, 1970. In this wide-ranging interview from jail, Bobby Seale talks about his life before prison and his life in prison. Seale discusses food, cooking, political activism, death, sex, and more.
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African American prisoners Black militant organizations--United States Black nationalism--United States Black power--United States Seale, Bobby, 1936---Interviews Jails Jails--United States Imprisonment Black militant organizations Black nationalism--United States--History--20th century Black nationalism--United States--History Black nationalism Black power--United States--History--20th century Black power Newton, Huey P Black Panther Party
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