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    Will Black Liberation Come Through Violence?

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    Dennis Banks talks Dakota Access Pipeline; Guests discuss how blacks will find liberation from South Africa to the US.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Dr. David Ragland, Professor at the University of Peace in Costa Rica and Director of the Truth Telling Project in Ferguson, Missouri, Perry Redd, Founder and Executive Director with Sincere 7, and Nicholas Wolpe, Chief Executive of the Liliesleaf Trust and Museum to talk about the historical connections for black liberation between South Africa and the United States. The group discusses the efficacy of violent and nonviolent struggle and if a truth and reconciliation commission is the answer to the United State's racial problems.

    Host Eugene Puryear is also joined by Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement talk about the latest developments at the Dakota Access Pipeline and what it means to have activists from the Black Lives Matter movement join ranks.

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    NoDAPL, liberation, Black Lives Matter, South Africa
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