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"Hugo Pennel in prison" - excerpt from Aug 1972 KPFA anniversary program on the San Quentin Six. This program is on the treatment of Hugo Pennel, one of the San Quentin Six. he was put in a neck shackle, unlike the other five, during court appearances. The woman speaking talks about Pennell‚Äôs health and the conditions of the prison. Very brief recording, only around 5 minutes. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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