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  • Michael Novick
    From: Kiilu Nyasha Subject: Radio release of Legacy of Torture Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 16:47:43 -0800 To: Kiilu Nyasha
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      From: Kiilu Nyasha <kiilu2@...>
      Subject: Radio release of Legacy of Torture
      Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 16:47:43 -0800
      To: Kiilu Nyasha <Kiilu2@...>
      X-Mailer: Apple Mail (2.752.2)

      If you want to listen to the KPFA broadcast on Friday, it's pretty easy to
      stream on www.kpfa.org either live or later as an archive program. I think
      this case of the S.F. 8 is a clear signal of the imminent repression of all
      dissent here in the U.S. -- i.e., of more and worse to come. We better nip
      it in the bud...

      Dear friends, Wednesday Feb 21st

      Nationally Syndicated Radio series, Making Contact is releasing a radio
      version of the video by Freedom Archives “Legacy of Torture. The War
      Against The Black Liberation Movement” on the torture in ‘73 and grand jury
      ’05 of former Black Panthers. Given the January arrests of SF8 etc. this is
      especially timely! MP3s etc at http://radioproject.org/archive/2007/0807.html

      In the bay area it should air on KPFA 94.1FM on Friday Feb 23 at 1:30pm.
      See airtimes for other locations ***** or suggest to your local station
      that they play it as a special, (it’s free!) if they don’t already carry
      Making Contact every week. Nat’l & Internat’l Airtimes at
      http://radioproject.org/listen/


      Legacy of Torture #08-07

      In 1971, John Young, a San Francisco police officer was killed. Members of
      the Black Panther party were arrested, charged and then tortured by San
      Francisco and New Orleans police. Since the police used torture to extract
      their confessions, eventually, the charges were dismissed. Now more than 35
      years later, the case has been reopened. On January 23rd, 2007, some of
      those same men were arrested again.

      In this special documentary from the Freedom Archives, we hear from some of
      the accused men themselves. They describe the torture and how they were
      targeted for their political activities.

      Featuring: Ray Boudreaux, John Bowman, Richard Brown, Hank Jones, former
      Black Panther and Harold Taylor, former Black Panthers; Soffiyah Elijah,
      attorney.

      For more information:

      Committee for Defense of Human Rights (CDHR) (Defend the San Francisco
      Eight) P.O. Box 90221 Pasadena, CA 91109
      626-345-4939
      http://www.cdhrsupport.org

      The Freedom Archives
      522 Valencia St.
      San Francisco, CA 94110
      415-863-9977; info@...
      http://www.freedomarchives.org

      Center for Constitutional Rights
      Report on these recent arrests and torture:
      http://www.ccr-ny.org/v2/reports/report.asp?ObjID=ktRDgqT2La&Content=927
      OR
      http://www.cdhrsupport.org/CCR.html

      "A Legacy of Torture: From Cointelpro to the Patriot Act"
      by Ron Jacobs
      http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/jacobs050107.html

      "Arrest of Former Black Panthers Aims to Erase Revolutionary Legacy," by
      Sérgio Ramires http://cdhrsupport.org/erasing_legacy.html

      DemocracyNow!
      ³Murder Charges Against Former Black Panthers Based on Confessions
      Extracted by Torture²
      http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=07/01/26/1559250

      "John Bowman remembered at the African American Art and Culture Complex,"
      by Wanda Sabir http://www.cdhrsupport.org/John_Bowman_tribute.html

      Profile of Richard Brown and Richard O'Neal (ABC News story)
      http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=local&id=4964954


      Making Contact is syndicated and provided free each week to over 200 radio
      stations in the U.S., Canada, South Africa, Ireland and the Internet. It is
      also available on our website through RealAudio and MP3. For more info or
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      Contact National Radio Project for permission to reproduce this and/or
      other programs or to purchase tapes and CDs at $10 each. Special
      arrangements for bulk orders. Subscriptions (CDs mailed weekly): 6 mo $98;
      1 yr $175.
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