Actuality of a rally held at Bobby Hutton Memorial Park (a.k.a. DeFremery Park) in Oakland, hosted by Masai Hewitt, Minister of Education of the Black Panther Party. The rally opens with Elaine Brown performing her song "Seize the Time". The first speaker is Angela Davis, professor of philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles, who talks about raising the level of consciousness of people involved in the anti-Vietnam War movement. Terence Hallinan, attorney and anti-war activist speaks next, followed by Hewitt, who speaks about the relationship between African-American people and the Vietnamese people. Charles Garry, the Black Panthers' attorney, relates a message from Bobby Seale. An announcement was made of action to be taken on Vietnam Moratorium Day November 15, 1969. Contains sensitive language.
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