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

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The Revolutionary Black Panther Party will be holding an armed march Sunday in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Newton specifically because he was the founder of the original Black Panther Party.
Now 64, Hilliard teaches classes on African-American resistance movements, including the Black Panther Party, at the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque.
I could not get into the politics of the Black Panther Party, but I could volunteer to feed some hungry children; you see, children deserve a good start and you have to feed them for them to live to learn.
It is for these reasons that Africana womanism highlights my behavior when I examine my experiences with White America and the Black Panther Party.
From its 1968 inception in Minneapolis as an indigenous version of the Black Panther Party, the American Indian Movement rose swiftly to international prominence.
Newton Story," Roger Guenveur Smith casts a disturbing light on THE life of the founder of the Black Panther Party while at the same time illuminating the self-destructive nature of early success.
Later, he plunged into grass-roots community organizing, interacting with such groups as the Black Panther Party.
As a result, a notable collection of books about the Black Panther Party, and its challenge to American racism and intransigence, have recently arrived in bookstores.
Williams to the art of the Black Panther Party, the author encourages a look at the breadth of forces brought to bear as weapons in the struggle for civil rights, and in doing so, allowing for a reconsideration of the roots of Black Power, recognizing that it emerged both from within and as a critique of the southern integrationist movement.
Fifty years ago, the revolutionary black nationalist and socialist group known as the Black Panther Party was founded in 1966.
This collection of interviews and essays celebrating the activities of the Black Panther Party (BPP) is illustrated with b&w photo portraits of individual Panthers today by photojournalist Bryan Shih, as well as b&w historical photos, posters, and documents related to the BPP.
The youth professor was inspired by the African-American leader, convict and symbol of resistance, George Jackson, who became an activist, Marxist, author, member of the Black Panther Party, and co-founder of the Black Guerrilla Family prison organization, according to the Black Agenda report.
Malik Zulu Shabazz, the hate-spewing former head of the New Black Panther Party (and current national president of Black Lawyers for Justice) conspicuously employed the clenched fist salute while leading chants and rallies in Baltimore.
Police presence was heavy at the rally, which was organized in part by the New Black Panther Party.