UC Berkeley Social Activism Sound Recording Project: Black Panthers
Pacifica Radio Archives
KPFA's Elsa Knight Thompson interviews Huey Newton in jail in Oakland, CA. Newton discusses the capitalist exploitation of black labor and how the concept of free enterprise has been destructive to black people. Thompson and Newton talk about the increasing awareness of the Black Panther movement in the East Bay Area and what the role of the unorganized white person who wishes to align themselves with Black Liberation.
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