Angela Davis, recently released from prison, is interviewed by civil rights leader Rev. Ralph Abernathy regarding the May 20, 1972 "Rally Against Racism, War, Repression" in San Jose, CA. The two discuss the impact a consolidated effort by different activist groups (civil rights, anti-war, Chicano, and labor movement) could have on the oppressive regime in the United States and Vietnam. Broadcast on KPFA, Apr. 1972. This is Part one of the program. Part two is numbered BB5364.
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