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Angela Davis speaks at Tulane McAlister Hall entire
by wtul news
Monday Nov 18th, 2013 10:08 PM
Angela Davis speaks to more than a thousand at McAlister auditorium on Tulane University campus. Professor Davis puts the fight of former Black Panther Herman Wallace against solitary confinement into the context of the longer term struggle for freedom.
Angela Davis speaks to more than a thousand at McAlister auditorium on Tulane University campus. Professor Davis puts the fight of former Black Panther Herman Wallace against solitary confinement into the context of the longer term struggle for freedom.
§Angela Davis speaks at Tulane McAlister Hall
by wtul news Wednesday Nov 20th, 2013 8:39 AM
Angela Davis speaks to more than a thousand at McAlister auditorium on Tulane University campus. Professor Davis puts the fight of former Black Panther Herman Wallace against solitary confinement into the context of the longer term struggle for freedom.

Angela Davis speaks to more than a thousand at McAlister auditorium on Tulane University campus. Professor Davis puts the fight of former Black Panther Herman Wallace against solitary confinement into the context of the longer term struggle for freedom.

30+ minutes
§Angela Davis speaks at Tulane McAlister Hall part 2
by wtul news Wednesday Nov 20th, 2013 8:54 AM
Angela Davis speaks to more than a thousand at McAlister auditorium on Tulane University campus. Professor Davis puts the fight of former Black Panther Herman Wallace against solitary confinement into the context of the longer term struggle for freedom.

Angela Davis speaks to more than a thousand at McAlister auditorium on Tulane University campus. Professor Davis puts the fight of former Black Panther Herman Wallace against solitary confinement into the context of the longer term struggle for freedom.

In Part Two, the professor explains how the history of movements is shaped by how their successes and failures are perceived, and not by the substance of their program.

20+ minutes