Angela Davis was one of the most famous voices (and faces) of African American political activism in the 1960s and ’70s.
She’s still speaking out, and in this talk at the Brooklyn Academy of Music she talks about committing oneself to struggle for a better world and the vast history of activism for the right to freedom:
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