Staggerlee: A Conversation with Black Panther Bobby Seale
A portrait of Bobby Seale of the Black Panther Party, interviewed from San Francisco County Jail, February 13, 1970. In this wide-ranging interview from jail, Bobby Seale talks about his life before prison and his life in prison. Seale discusses food, cooking, political activism, death, sex, and more.
African American prisoners
Black militant organizations--United States
Black nationalism--United States
Black Panther Party
Black power--United States
Seale, Bobby, 1936- --Interviews
Black militant organizations
Black nationalism--United States--History--20th century
Black nationalism--United States--History
Black power--United States--History--20th century
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