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a militant Black political party founded in 1965 to end political dominance by Whites

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Under the veneer of Black Nationalism and civil rights, the Black Panther Party likewise advocated against capitalism and promoted Marxism-Leninism.
The emergence of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense (BPP) in 1966, in Oakland, California, can be situated in several socio-political and economic contexts.
Lothian, Kathy 2005 'Seizing the time: Australian Aborigines and the influence of the Black Panther Party, 1969-1972,' Journal of Black Studies 35(4):179-200.
Its original name was the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense.
Nor has anyone offered "a complete picture of the Black Panther Party, or an adequate analysis of its politics" (p.
The New Black Panther Party made it clear then and now we don't support voter intimidation .
Contrary to Wolfe, she argues that "the Black Panther Party attracted widespread popular support because its visual iconography and discourse of revolution inspired deep identification among audiences with widely divergent aims and interests" (81).
born in the Bronx, Safiya joined the Black Panther Party in 1969; she spoke out against misogyny, made a crucial life decision to convert to Islam, and served nine years in prison on charges related to the Black Liberation Army.
Divided into four parts, this book examines certain ideals of the Black Panther Party in an effort to provide a model for establishing social-service programs for the benefit of the people.
4, voters outside a Philadelphia polling place were greeted by two men wearing the paramilitary-style uniform of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense.
Is he also including members of the Communist Party, Marxists, Black Panther Party and Trotskyists under this fascist New Labour undemocratic scheming?
At the forefront of this struggle was the Black Panther party, a grass roots self-defence movement that epitomised the growing civil unrest in 1960s America.
A racist frame following decades of harassment and a ruthless vendetta against the Black Panther Party.
1) There have been few scholarly studies on the subject, most of which tend to examine the Black Panther Party.
Jamarhl Crawford, chairman of the New Black Panther Party in Roxbury, on "consent" searches by Boston police looking for illegal guns, quoted in The Boston Globe, March 25