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[Side A] H. Rap Brown (or Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin) gives a speech at the Third World Conference (10/27/1967). Black Panther Eldrige Cleaver gives a warning about police presence in Oakland, Berkeley, and San Francisco on Sproul Steps (3/1/1968). Bobby Seale's Speech at the Free Huey Rally (2/17/1967). Henry Ramsey provides commentary on the "fleeing felon rule" (6/17/1967). Another segment features Ramsey providing commentary on Muhammed Ali and racism (7/18/1967). Martin Luther King speech at a demonstration in Santa Rita Jail in support of anti-war protestors imprisoned at the jail (1/14/1968). Collin Edward provides news coverage the preliminary trial of Black Panther Huey P. Newton, including interviews with Newton's sister and fianc, as well as with Newton himself (3/7/1968). A two part program on the trial of Leroi Jones features a press conference held on January 9, 1968 in support of Jones in which Floyd McKissick and Larry Neal speak. The second part is a press conference with Jones recorded in the summer of 1967. A radio interview segment with Hayward Henry, Larry Williams, and George T. Johnson, Black Caucus members from the Unitarian Universalists Church (4/7/1968). Berkeley City Councilman Ron Dellums speaks on the death of Martin Luther King Jr. and Black Panther Bobby Hutton (4/12/1968). [Side B] Excerpts from the teach-in at UC Berkeley in Pauley ballroom include speeches by Black Panther Emory Douglas amd James Bevel of the Souther Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). Commentary on Anthony Towne's article "Revolution and the Marks of Baptism" (10/4/1967). Radio broadcast of Mark Comfort's "Diary of a Harlem Family" (3/1968). Audio from CORE's 24th anniversary (6/30/1967). Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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