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Red Vic Benefit with Claude Marks, Jake Conroy, and Ben Rosenfeld, 2/12/11: photos & audio
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A Valentine's Day weekend "Lovers + Liberators" benefit was held for the Red Vic Movie House on Haight Street in San Francisco in which three films were screened: ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE, BOLD NATIVE, and THE SPOOK WHO SAT BY THE DOOR. Featured speakers included Claude Marks of the Freedom Archives, Jake Conroy of the SHAC7, and Ben Rosenfeld, a civil rights and green scare attorney [full audio of all speakers below in two parts]. Also present were the organizers of the benefit, Bold Native director Dennis Henry Hennelly and producer Casey Suchan, pictured below.

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