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HARDtalk speaks to American civil rights leader, Benjamin Chavis. Wrongfully jailed for arson in the 1970s, how much have things really changed for African Americans?

HARDtalk speaks to controversial American civil rights leader, Benjamin Chavis. Wrongfully convicted and jailed for arson in the 1970s as part of the 'Wilmington Ten', it was more than three decades before he and his fellow activists received a 'pardon of innocence'. Five decades after Martin Luther King Junior's 'I Have a Dream' speech, how much have things really changed for African Americans?

First shown: 2 Apr 2014 Available for 7 months Duration 30 mins

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