Black Panthers

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

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In the early morning raid, 14 police officers stormed the apartment shooting between 82 and 99 bullets while the Black Panthers reportedly shot one bullet.
As Kohavi Shemesh, one of the founders of the Mizrahi movement that would become the Israeli Black Panthers, remembers: "We agreed that the problems of the Mizrahim and of the Arabs are intertwined.
Beyonce, 34, and her dancers stirred the furore over police shootings of unarmed young blacks by paying homage to the Black Panther Party in her half-time show at this month's American football showpiece.
Watson, one of the other Australian Black Panthers interviewed, confirms that gender violence was happening regularly within the community.
Cannon, an American actor and rapper, appears in an online video being promoted by the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) through its web site and social media.
With these images, Douglas's art manages to epitomize a certain brand of paramilitary chic for which the Black Panthers eventually became famous.
The Black Panther Party: Service to the People Programs.
One of the tensions that Rhodes teases out in this work is the struggle over representation: the tension between media institutions producing the spectacle that was to become iconic as the Black Panther Party (the media as dominant structure) and the Black Panthers as producers of their own imagery and iconicity (the Black Panthers as agents).
Bobby Seale and Huey Newton founded the Black Panthers in Oakland, California, as a reaction to Malcolm X's assassination.
Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas" (moca Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles) Former minister of culture for the Black Panthers and art director of its paper from 1967 until 1980, Douglas applied the ethos of his party's motto--"A thing is only good when it brings real benefit to the people"--to his art.
Members of the Black Panthers helped create the first Black Studies program.
BLACK panthers are living in the countryside close to one of Britain's premier tourist attractions, a leading big cat expert claimed yesterday.
In the end, it was the community's word that meant the most to Bobby Seale and his Black Panthers for Self Defense.
While the visual study The Black Panthers could've been profiled in our Arts or Photography sections, it's reviewed here because no serious collection of titles on social issues and 1960s American history should be without it.
After he was quickly convicted and sent to jail for the shooting, supporters launched the famous "Free Huey" movement, which brought even greater attention to the Black Panthers.