Angela Davis speech: "Resisting the Prison-Industrial Complex through Education" at University of Hawaii, February 12, 1998. Digital
Scope and Contents
Davis discusses United States imperialism, capitalism, the expansion of prisons, crime, the history of the criminalization of black people in the United States, prison labor, private prisons, super maximum prisons, the death penalty, prison overcrowding, and how to organize against the prison-industrial complex. Includes speech (about 66 minutes), question and answer session (about 14 minutes), and footage from the reception at the Hawaiian Studies Center (about 23 minutes) .
- Majority of material found within 1968-2006
Language of Materials
Materials in English.
Access. Collection is open for research. Folders #6.6, 15.6, 18.7, 57.6 and 57.7 are closed until 2046, as specified in the agreement between Angela Y. Davis and the Schlesinger Library.
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Extent129.25 linear feet ((195 + 1/2 file boxes, 5 folio boxes, 14 folio+ boxes, 8 oversize boxes, 3 supersize boxes) plus 3 supersize folders, 120 photograph folders, 16 folio photograph folders, 10 folio+ photograph folders, 642 slides, 147 audiotapes, 65 videotapes, 12 CDs, 38 DVDs, 2 motion pictures, 5 phonograph records)
7.92 Megabytes (1 file)
Collection stored off site: researchers must request access 36 hours before use.
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