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An interview with Huey Newton
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Huey Newton, interviewed by Alex Hoffman, KPFA reporter. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther Party, discusses discrimination and abuse during his imprisonment, his impending trial, the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, and the Vietnam War. Newton notes that most of the black inmates in jail with him have become Black Panthers since his incarceration. Interview was at the Alameda County Jail, June 7, 1968. [Newton was convicted of manslaughter, not murder. His attorney was Charles Garry.] Recording ends abruptly.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1968.
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