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NEW FEATURE - LISTEN, WHITEY! THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF BLACK POWER 1965-1975

There’s a new feature up in the Propaganda section about the book, LISTEN, WHITEY! THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF BLACK POWER 1965-1975. Chris Ziegler speaks to the author and record producer Pat Thomas. The book, named after the Folkways album of Black Panther Party co-founder Huey Newton speeches—uses hundreds of records and related artifacts to outline a movement that roared to life when then-Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee chair Stokeley Carmichael went direct from a Mississippi jail to a Mississippi stage to a deliver the 1966 speech that would make him famous: “We been saying freedom for six years and we ain’t got nothin’. What we gonna start saying now is Black Power!”

Check it out HERE

 

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