The Original date was June of 1996 when this excellent interview took place. Kwame Ture sits down with Brother Gil Noble on the classic show 'Like It Is'
Kwame discusses his past and his life and struggles for the liberation of Black people. A number of topics are discussed in this interview like: His battle with cancer, the 60s, The Black Panther Party, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Minister Farrakhan, The Million Man March, young people, The state of consciousness of Black People and much more. A dynamic discussion.
One of the great quotes by Kwame in the interview was..
'You know what I dream about, not what King Dreamed about, I dream about bringing about urban rebellion in this Country..'
Qualit:y Good (No Commercials)