Newton, Huey P. (1971). "Huey Newton Interview, August 1971." (Sound recording).
San Francisco, CA: Freedom Archives, 30 min.
Side one: Unedited footage of Huey Newton discussing the Vietnam War, international
solidarity and the significance of George Jackson's murder. Side two: Unidentified
Black Panther Party members discuss the formation of the BPP branch in San Quentin,
the underground prison economy, and the treatment they received as Panthers in prison
from guards including censorship and threats for shaking hands with George Jackson.