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The Black Panthers Still In Prison After 46 Years, Will They Ever Be Set Free? (10:21)

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In 1971, two police officers were shot dead in Harlem. Nineteen-year-old Jalil Muntaqim of the Black Liberation Army was convicted and sent to prison. Nearly half a century later, he's still locked up – and he believes he's a victim of his involvement in the black liberation struggle

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In 1971, two police officers were shot dead in Harlem. Nineteen-year-old Jalil Muntaqim of the Black Liberation Army was convicted and sent to prison. Nearly half a century later, he's still locked up – and he believes he's a victim of his involvement in the black liberation struggle.

Length: 11 minutes

Item#: BVL168517

Copyright date: ©2018

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