The Persecution of a Videographer, Murder and Continuing Injustice in Mississippi and a Socialist Response to the Demand for Reparations

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Michael Slate

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Jay Becker and Marilyn Ross, Ad Hoc Committee for Reason & Dropping the Charges, discuss the politically motivated censorship and completely unethical prosecution of Videographer Gregory Koger by the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago.

Micki Dickoff & Tony Pagano, co-directors of "Neshoba: The Price of Freedom," discuss their film on the murders of three young civil rights workers during Mississippi Freedom Summer in 1964 and the continuing struggle for justice in Neshoba County, Mississippi today.

In this excerpt from the talk "Revolution, Why It's Necessary, Why It's Possible and What It's All About," Bob Avakian, Chairman, Revolutionary Communist Party, reveals how a Socialist Society would respond to the demand for reparations to Black People for Slavery and the systematic oppression ever since.