Listen to this passionate, scholarly, and far reaching analysis of COINTELPRO by Ward Churchill*.
Beginning with the World War I period, Churchill covers: the Palmer Raids; the defeat of the Anarchists and of Marcus Garvey; the attacks on the Civil Rights Movement; the 1964 murders of Goodman, Schwerner, and Chaney; and the murders of Black Panthers. Churchill also gives a detailed description of the FBI raid on the Pine Ridge reservation on June 26, 1975, and of the case against Leonard Peltier.
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*Ward Churchill, formerly a professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado (Boulder), is a Vietnam Veteran and survivor of the FBI war against the American Indian Movement. Among his many books are "The COINTELPRO Papers," "Indians Are US," and "A Little Matter of Genocide."
**MP3 audio stream provided by TUC Radio in San Francisco (www.tucradio.org) via Radio4All (www.radio4all.net).