Democracy Now! August 29, 1997

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Democracy Now! August 29, 1997
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Police and Racism; David Bradley

(33 Minutes) Police and Racism Update on Abner Louima police brutality case. Thousands expected to march in New York to protest the police beating. Discussion on racism within the NYPD. GUEST: David Sears, reporter Pacifica Radio-WBAI. GUEST: Stephen M. Zanowic, US Marshall's Service Deputy. GUEST: Mathew Fogg, Supervisory Inspector with the US Marshall's Service. GUEST: Tyrone Powers, former FBI agent and author of BOOK: ICE TO MY SOUL: THE RISE OR DECLINE OF A BLACK FBI AGENT. (17 Minutes) David Bradley Discussion of his BOOK: THE CHANEYSVILLE INCIDENT and BOOK: THE BONDAGE HYPOTHESIS: MEDITATIONS OF RACE, HISTORY AND AMERICA. GUEST: David Bradley.

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August 29, 1997
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August 29, 1997
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