Articles tagged black panthers

‘Power to the People’ Bleeds History on The Now

Fifty years after the formation of the Black Panthers, a pictorial/oral account reminds us of the movement's power, and promise.

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Documenting the Little Abuses: Copwatching, Community Organizing, and Video Activism

The ascent of affordable video technology assists in propelling movements for self-determination and self-respect.

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Defending Chicago’s ‘Defender’

It's possible to trace much of 20th Century America’s history through the pages of the Defender, a local paper with a national impact.

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‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of a Revolution’: Made for Television

Today, as US political campaigns take on communities of color -- whether trying to win or suppress their votes -- we might remember a time when Black Lives were not on TV.

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‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’ Is Insightful, Timely

The social crisis that helped to create the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense in the 1960s is still very much with us.

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The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution Gives a Lesser Known History

Stanley Nelson’s studious history shows that even without the law enforcement campaign of disinformation, infiltration, and assassination, the Black Panthers would have imploded on their own.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — It was the summer of 1968. Oakland was the epicenter of the Black Panther Party movement, and its members were fighting for the release

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'Supernatural': Mary Comes Clean, Gavin Goes Home in the Middling "Family Feud"

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"The episode reveals some key plot points in a family-themed episode that resolves itself far too easily.

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