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50 Years After Founding of Black Panther Party, Some Members Still Locked Up As Political Prisoners | Democracy Now!

22.10.16

50 Years After Founding of Black Panther Party, Some Members Still Locked Up As Political Prisoners | Democracy Now!: As the Black Panther Party marks its 50th anniversary we revisit two decades of Democracy Now! interviews with members who were released from prison, in many cases after tortured confessions, wrongful convictions, and longterm solitary confinement. We also report on those still behind bars.


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