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Marlon Brando eulogizes Black Panther Bobby Hutton (1968) - from the EDUCATION ARCHIVE

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Actor Marlon Brando's eulogy at the funeral of 17-year-old Black Panther member Bobby Hutton in San Francisco in 1968. Introduction by archivist Alex Cherian. Clip is copyright Cox Enterprises Inc./KTVU - with special thanks to Janice S. Gin and KTVU for helping make this material more publicly accessible. For more info, visit the San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive at: https://diva.sfsu.edu/colle...

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