Trinidadian-American Stokely Carmichael talks about struggle of Blacks in the U.S. at Havana Press Conference in Havana, Cuba.
Havana Cuba Date:1968, August Duration:6 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
Press conferences in Havana, Cuba. Officials and dignitaries arrive to attend Havana Press Conference on August 2, 1968 and Havana Libre Hotel Press Conference on August 6, 1968. The officials and dignitaries seated at a table for the press conference. Trinidadian-American Black Activist Stokely Standiford Churchill Carmichael at the Havana Press Conference. Stokely Carmichael talks about the struggle of Blacks (African-Americans) in the U.S. in order to attain liberation and get equal civil rights, and states that American Blacks will not fight in Vietnam. Stokely Carmichael talks about the constant aggression faced by the Black population, and gives a brief explanation of Black Power. Local reporters and foreign correspondents make notes during the conference. A newsman speaks.
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