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New Haven Independent 8/5/20 Slattery, Brian. Artspace Returns To The Revolution.
The Guardian 8/5/20 Sayej, Nadja. Revolution on trial: looking back at New Haven’s Black Panthers at 50.
Shoreline Times 7/20/20 Register Staff. Artspace show opening July 24 eyes May Day 1970 & ‘Revolution on Trial’
Arts Paper 7/28/20 Pineda, Arturo. Artspace (Re)Presents 50 Years Of Black Liberation
New Haven Register 7/17/20 Register Staff. Artspace show opening July 24 eyes May Day 1970 & ‘Revolution on Trial’
Here it is. The final episode of Revolution on Trail. Hear from all of our revolutionaries on what the next steps to progress are. Where do we go from here?
During the May Day Trial, the Black Student Alliance at Yale was committed to making change on and off campus. In episode 7, we hear from BSAY leaders Ralph Dawson and Kurt Schmoke about the student work that thrust the University into the center stage.
In this episode of Revolution of Trial, we get a full, raw and uncomfortable retelling of the trial from the Panther attorney, David Rosen, Ericka Huggins, and Paul Bass. Also includes insight from Germano Kimbro, son of Warren Kimbro who pleaded guilty to the murder of Alex Rackley.
In episode 5 of Revolution on Trial, Mercy secures an interview with George Edwards, a New Haven notable whose life has been haunted by constant surveillance and FBI oversight through COINTELPRO since the night he was to be executed with Alex Rackley. Featuring sound from the Rackley interrogation, details on the case from Paul Bass […]
Co-Produced by:The Narrative Project and Artspace New Haven In episode 4 of Revolution on Trial, Mercy discusses the woes of women in the movement both in 1969 and today. Featuring Elise Browne, Ericka Huggins, Paul Bass and Kerry Ellington.
Co-Produced by:The Narrative Project and Artspace New Haven Risking everything for justice isn’t an easy job, but someone’s got to do it. In episode three of Revolution on Trail, Kerry Ellington, Addys Castillo, Ericka Huggins, Germano Kimbro, and Ala Ochumare share how the thankless job of organizing in liberation movements often results in loss of […]
Co-Produced by:The Narrative Project and Artspace New Haven In the second episode of Revolution on Trial, Mercy Quaye reframes the picture of the Black Panther Party and their ten-point program as it relates to New Haven and the nation’s legacy of police brutality on the black community. Featuring interviews from Kerry Ellington, Addys Castillo, and […]