Democracy Now! came to Utah and Amy Goodman sat down with Danny Glover, who (I didn't know) produced the film. He talks a bit about the new Stokely Carmichael footage and elaborates on the history of Harry Belafonte and Dr. King and their ties to Sweden. Then he talks about his own "black art" black power activism as a student in 1967 and community organization, and the conversation links it all to President Obama, terrorism and the recent violence in Tuscon, the return of "Baby Doc" Duvalier, and finally, why we need documentaries today. They also look at the Angela Davis interview.
Click here for the clip. The site also includes a rush transcript.
So fascinating! Thoughts, anyone?