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A Civil Rights Firebrand Still Inspires Fascination and Fear

  • Aired: 02/09/2012
  • 02:46
  • Rating: TV-PG
Hip hop musician Talib Kweli recounts how he became a figure of interest to federal officials while he was researching the speeches of Stokely Carmichael ... 40 years after the fact.
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The Black Power Mixtape - premiering February 9, 2012 (check local listings)
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