Interview with Fay Stender

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KPIX Eyewitness News report from August 15th 1970 by Ben Williams featuring an interview with attorney Fay Stender (1932-1980), who describes a police raid on a house at 18th Street and Missouri in San Francisco. This incident is presumed to be connected with the Soledad Brothers/Angela Davis case and the Black Panther Party.

Originally aired on
KPIX-TV
Date aired
8/15/1970
Recording medium
16mm color co-magnetic sound film
1:29
Rights for this video belong to
CBS5 KPIX-TV
Type of material
archival newsfilm
Identifier
KPIX 102947
Views
6892

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I live in a board and care in Carson, CA. I ran across a black book entitled KIND AND USUAL PUNISHMENT by Jessica Mitford and came to page seven twice. I noticed her name and decided to dig a little deeper. I read Fay Stender's Wikipedia column "Death and Legacy" and was very surprised at her story AFTER I read the third paragraph on page seven of KIND AND USUAL PUNISHMENT. I will not quote Jessica's book here; Stender's views on prisoners is breath taking. Please take the time to visit your local library and check out KIND AND USUAL PUNISHMENT by Jessica Mitford. Thank you and more to come. R.I.P.

http://www.facebook.com/kabvase Yes remember these days like the were yesterday news, Had a first cousin who died in the people struggle at the state prison riots in California, can't remember the prison name at this moment, it started with Att ? But his. name was Clarence Barkley. I was about 11 or 12I remember my mother crying about him. I remember them all and the struggle to be free, and not freedom it self ! 

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