Pacifica Archives Fund Drive Special: Malcolm X and Stokely Carmichael

0:08 – Malcolm X: The Ballot or The Bullet

In 1960, Pacifica Radio began recording and broadcasting the voice of Malcolm X, and is now the caretaker of an extensive and rare collection of recordings relating to Malcolm X and the Black Liberation Movement. For Black History month and one day after his assassination on February 21, 1965, we share with you “Ballot or the Bullet” is one of his best known speeches recorded in NY in 1964. Donate today, and receive the Pacifica Radio Archives Malcolm X Collection (6-CD set), yours for a pledge of $180. And we’re offering Autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley for a pledge of $75.

1:08 – Black History Month Archives; Stokely Carmichael

Stokely Carmichael, later known as Kwame Toure was the Director of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, also known as SNCC. He’s credited with coining the phrase “Black Power.”  We’ll now hear excerpts from a few of his speeches as he addresses University of Michigan college students and the Black Panther Party alike, speaking about the subject of black love and black power.  This is one of several iconic speeches in the Pacifica Radio Archives Black History Collection, yours for a pledge of $150. Or, get the Super Pack, for a pledge of $365.

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