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The Black Panther Party

Heey let’s talk about The Black Panthers! No, not the movie, it didn’t come out yet (well by the time that this is out, the movie will be out) but I’m definitely going to go see that on Friday. 900 more words

Weekly Updates: Bobby Seale

This month instead of my usual banter on what’s happening in my life, I’m using this month for discussing activist.  Today’s activist is Bobby Seale. 237 more words


Black history Month Salute The Black Panther Party

much respect to Huey Newton, Bobby Seale,Angela Davis

and so many great powerful and soulful minds

who not only defended there turf in the Bay Area… 56 more words

The Return of Bobby Seale

Tonight, as part of the College of Arts and Humanities’ “2017-18 Dean’s Lecture Series: Courageous Conversations, ARHU Resists Hate And Bias,” the University of Maryland welcomes the return of Bobby Seale! 346 more words

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The Black Panther Party

Authors of “When Theory Meets Practice: The Black Panther Party’s Brief but Unignorable Four Years in Boston”, Prasanna Rajaskearan and Joe Tache join Brett to discuss the history and philosophy of The Black Panther Party.  140 more words

The Radical Origins of Free Breakfast for Children

“Fifty years ago, in 1966, the U.S. federal government started playing with a radical idea: serving free breakfast in schools. School breakfast programming started small and inauspiciously with a two-year pilot program conceived and championed by Kentucky congressman Carl Perkins. 220 more words


1968 Olympics Black Power salute

“The 1968 Olympics Black Power salute was a political demonstration conducted by African-American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos during their medal ceremony at the… 327 more words