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Angela Davis’ 1972 Prison Interview Perfectly Explains the “Violence” in Baltimore


The philosopher-activist and professor was hunted down by the FBI for a crime she didn’t commit, jailed in 1970, and freed in 1972. While serving her sentence in a California jail, she gave a thoughtful interview (later included inThe Black Power Mixtape) about the state of the Black Panthers at that time, and why violence is part of protest, because it is an inherent element in the daily lives of black and brown people.


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