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 Back in the USSR 
 Regular Show
 Siegfried Barazov
 Back in the USSR  
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Tonight, on my final show of Black History Month, I’m going to talk about two lesser known African-Americans who you won’t hear about in school. In the current witch-hunt atmosphere in America today, both of these men would most likely be demonized as traitors and foreign agents, just as Paul Robeson was in his own time. But Harry Haywood and Oliver Law would no doubt smile at this slander and laugh, for both of them knew what they were fighting for. They were communists. Black Bolsheviks. Internationalists. And they were fighting for the liberation of their people just as they were fighting for the liberation of all the wretched of the earth. They understood how it was all connected.
Music by Paul Robeson ("Going Home"), The Coup ("Dig It"), and John McCutcheon ("The Abraham Lincoln Brigade")
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01:59:58 English 2018-02-24
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