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Huey Newton Speaks

Huey Newton Speaks

Huey P. Newton, one of the founding members of the Black Panther Party, was arrested in the late 1960s on charges of shooting a police officer. In this 1970 interview recorded in his prison cell, Newton explains his views on many social and political issues of the time. Among the topics discussed are Newton’s initial goals and aspirations for the Black Panther Party, his frustration and rage at what he viewed as the evils of racism and capitalism, and his concern for the lack of a basic standard of living for all human beings.

Track Listing

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Huey Newton in Prison Huey P. Newton 3:59
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After Prison- What? Huey P. Newton 1:57
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Eldridge Cleaver Huey P. Newton 5:47
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Huey in the Hole Huey P. Newton 2:47
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Cyrano de Bergerac Huey P. Newton 1:07
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Huey Newton Press Conference (NYC, 8/22/70) Huey P. Newton 7:10
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Why are the Panthers So Provocative? Huey P. Newton 1:30
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Revolutionary Culture Huey P. Newton 6:28
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Billy the Doggone Bank Tree Huey P. Newton 2:31
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On Being a Revolutionary Huey P. Newton 7:16
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Reactionaries and Guerillas Huey P. Newton 2:30
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Revolutionary Suicide Huey P. Newton 4:11

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