Stephen Bright, president, Southern Center for Human Rights, Yale Law School; Joshua Bloom, Ralph J. Bunche Center at UCLA, co-author of Black Against Empire; Ralph Schoenman, journalist and human rights activist
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Stephen Bright on why the right to a lawyer, won 50 years ago, is often a sham. Joshua Bloom, co-author of "Black Against Empire: the History and Politics of the Black Panther Party," on the Panthers, the 60's, the crimes of the US and the spirit of revolution in the air. Ralph Schoenman on the US government's frame-up of revolutionary and People's Attorney Lynne Stewart, and the murderous treatment she's getting, battling stage 4 cancer on a 10-year sentence at a federal penitentiary.
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