Huey P. Newton - Huey Newton Speaks album FLAC
Black Power is giving power to people who have not had power to determine their destiny. Putting theory to practice, Newton shaped the Party’s agenda. Brown will examine the thoughts of Huey P. Newton as they were applied to the Party’s work and agenda. ELAINE BROWN - The Genius of Huey P. Newton Tickets Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute Seattle, WA Sat, Apr 28 from 3:15pm - 4:30pm Stranger Tickets.
Huey Newton in Prison. 2. After Prison- What? 1:570:30. Listen to Huey Newton Speaks in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Huey P. Newton: Huey P. Newton, American political activist, cofounder (with Bobby Seale) of the Black Panther Party (originally called Black Panther Party for Self-Defense), an African American revolutionary group that reached the height of its popularity in the late 1960s. Learn more about Newton’s life and career. In 1967 Newton was convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the death of a police officer. His imprisonment sparked protests-and the popular rallying cry Free Huey. His conviction was overturned in 1970, and he was released from prison. In 1971 he announced that the party would adopt a nonviolent manifesto and dedicate itself to providing social services to the black community, which included free meals for children and health clinics.
Institutions work this way. A son is murdered by the police, and nothing is done.
A1. Huey Newton In Prison. Huey Newton Press Conference (NYC - Aug. 22, 1970). Newton, one of the founding members of the Black Panther Party, was arrested in the late 1960s on charges of shooting a police officer. Listen Whitey! chronicles the reaction of the African-American community immediately following the assassination of. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unrehearsed, the people’s voices on this album offer an unblemished glimpse of two difficult moments in African American history.
Uh, we view each other with a great love and a great understanding. And that we try to expand this to the general black population, and also, people- oppressed people all over the world. And, I think that we differ from some other groups simply because we understand the system better than most groups understand the system. The title of the song "Huey Knew" by Ab-Soul is a nod to Huey Newton. Huey Newton Speaks - oral history (Paredon Records, 1970). Revolutionary Suicide, with J. Herman Blake (Random House, 1973; republished in 1995 with introduction by Blake). Insights and Poems, with Ericka Huggins, (1975).
|A1||Huey Newton In Prison||4:50|
|A2||After Prison - What?||1:47|
|A4||Huey In The Hole||2:41|
|A5||Cyrano De Bergerac||1:04|
|A6||Huey Newton Press Conference (NYC - Aug. 22, 1970)||6:58|
|B1||Why Are The Panthers So Provocative?||1:23|
|B3||Billy The Doggone Bank Tree||2:24|
|B4||On Being A Revolutionary||7:06|
|B5||Reactionaries And Guerrillas||2:23|
- Design – Ronald Clyne
- Producer – Irwin Silber