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Folsom prison, where people die like flies / Warren Wells interviewed by Mark Schwartz
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Former Black Panther Warren Wells talks about the Panthers' abandonment of the "prison movement." Wells is serving time in Folsom Prison from a 1968 Oakland shootout that resulted in the death of Bobby Hutton. He talks about conditions, intra-prison fighting and the failure of people outside to organize around Folsom, especially around those men housed in the adjustment center. Produced by Mark Schwartz. Contains sensitive language.
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KPFA, 1973-06-04, 1973-08-09, 1973-08-14
67 min. : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1973
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