Stokely Carmichael Speech at Huey Newton Rally
This recording features a speech by Stokely Carmichael at a Huey Newton rally on August 22, 1968. Huey was a young black man convicted of murdering police patrolman John Frey in November 1967. Carmichael joined others in the Black Panther party to advocate Huey's release. In this speech, Carmichael also speaks against racism, capitalism, imperialism, and the Vietnam War.
Carmichael, Stokely, "Stokely Carmichael Speech at Huey Newton Rally" (1968). CWU Library Lectures. 11.
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