Murder of Julio Roldan; Brother of Chinese Immigrants; Eldridge Cleaver on Timothy Leary and Psychedelic Drug Culture; Revolutionary History: A Black Panther's View of America's Past (KPFA/KQED), 1970-1971
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Report on the death of Julio Roldan of the Young Lords while he was being held in the â€šTombsâ€š in Manhattan. He was found in his cell hung by a belt. Police claim it was suicide. Community protests in response. Radio Free People produced the speech from the Julio Roldan Church in NYC. Following segment is brief new coverage and a Newsroom report about use/abuse of LSD by â€šrevolutionariesâ€š. Timothy Leary interviewed by Eldridge Cleaver (via Hocus Focus). San Francisco Chinatown population growth/overcrowding and conversation on immigration to the United States. Revolutionary History: Michael Tabor speaks. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
Civil rights--1960-1970 Black power--United States--History--20th century
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