Student activism in light of the Willard Straight Takeover

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Louis Farrakhan discusses issues related to freedom of speech, racism in America, the legitimacy of the use of violence for principles of liberty, the problems in American education, the origins of Black civilization, and many other diverse topics. He also answers accusations that he is a hatemonger or an anti-Semite.

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Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University., Sponsored by: Ujamaa Residential College,State of Black America., Speaker(s): Leader of the Nation of Islam., Lecture, April 21, 1989.
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1989-04-21
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Farrakhan, Louis; Race relations--United States; Racism--United States--History; Black power--United States--History; Black race--History
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3602413
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A complete, human-remediated transcript is available. Due to the length of the recording the transcript is presented in 3 parts.
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https://newcatalog.library.cornell.edu/catalog/9926142