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'Afro-Punk': A Black Punk Documentary

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'Afro-Punk': A Black Punk Documentary

'Afro-Punk': A Black Punk Documentary

'Afro-Punk': A Black Punk Documentary

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Day to Day producer Christopher Johnson reports on James Spooner's new documentary Afro-Punk, which features young black punk rockers describing their experiences in a mostly white sub-culture.

NOTE: This story contains language that may be racially offensive to some listeners.