Stanley Nelson

co-director, “Attica”

Guest

Director of The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution and Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool 

co-director, “Attica”

Stanley Nelson on KCRW

At the maximum security state prison Attica, more than 1,000 inmates overwhelmed guards and civilian prison workers, and took control of the facility in 1971.

Oscar nominee ‘Attica’ looks at deadly 5-day inmate riots in 1971

At the maximum security state prison Attica, more than 1,000 inmates overwhelmed guards and civilian prison workers, and took control of the facility in 1971.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

At the maximum security state prison Attica in upstate New York, more than 1000 inmates overwhelmed dozens of guards and civilian prison workers, and took control of the prison 50…

‘Attica’ documentary looks back at the deadly 5-day inmate riots

At the maximum security state prison Attica in upstate New York, more than 1000 inmates overwhelmed dozens of guards and civilian prison workers, and took control of the prison 50…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Miles Davis’ music was a soundtrack to the black experience in America, even as he struggled with relationships, addiction, and health.

‘Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool’ tells the musician’s life story

Miles Davis’ music was a soundtrack to the black experience in America, even as he struggled with relationships, addiction, and health.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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