Hard Knock Radio

James Baldwin: Voices That Changed The World

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A comprehensive collection of  voices in celebration of Black History, Women Herstory and World History – with studies of Black Power, the Black Panthers, Blacks in Hollywood, Black Poets, and Black Authors; you’ll hear from Huey Newton, Rosa Parks, Paul Robeson, Nelson Mandela, Billie Holiday, John Coltrane, and many more. We begin with a speech by H. Rap Brown (Jamil Al-Amin) in support of and in honor of the birthday of Huey P. Newton, who was incarcerated at the time. This Free Huey rally held at the Oakland Auditorium in Oakland, California on Newton’s birthday, February 17, 1968. This originally aired on KPFA.

Speech about the recent killing of four children.|BALDWIN AFTER THE MURDER OF FOUR CHILDREN / by James Baldwin. – RECORDED: at the New York Community Church, New York City, 25 Sept. 1963.

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