An evening with Angela Davis



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On June 29, 1972, Angela Davis, along with a number of entertainers, appeared at New York City's Madison Square Garden in a benefit for the Angela Davis Defense Fund. This program includes her speech on the need for Black activism and the advantages of socialism, as well as interviews with people attending the show, organizers of the program, and members of the National Renaissance Party, who protested the event. Produced by David Rapkin and Miriam Rosen for WBAI. The other speakers and performers on the program are Ossie Davis, Henry Winston, Jerry Butler and Ray Barretto.

Credit LineCollection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture