Four programs of films and videos on video. The first Friday show: The Assata Shakur Interview, interviews with U.S. political prisoners between 1987 and 1992, Michelle Crenshaw’s Skin Deep (1990), and Jamika Ajalon’s Blood Poem (1991). The second Friday show: Chris Bratton and Annie Goldson’s From Death Row: Mumia Abu Jamal and Filmgroup Chicago’s The Murder of Fred Hampton (1970). The first Saturday show: From Death Row: Mumia Abu Jamal, Filmgroup Chicago’s American Revolution 2 (1969), and Bratton and Goldson’s Framing the Panthers in Black and White: Dhoruba Bin Wahad (1990). The second Saturday show: Filmgroup Chicago’s Jean Genet Addresses the Panthers (1970), Jean Genet’s silent Un chant d’amour (1949), interviews with political prisoners between 1987 and 1992, and, tentatively scheduled, Marlon Riggs’s Tongues Untied (1989).