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Panther (1995)

Mario Van Peebles’ semi-fictional account of the birth of the Black Panther Party has its problems. It bogs down at the end. It’s difficult to keep track of some of the characters. 1,020 more words


#BlackLivesMatter: uriafricanastudies

Bobby Seale, co-founder of Black Panther Party, to speaks to members of the #URI community today in the Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences, 120 Flagg Road, on the Kingston campus as part of the Race, Violence and Democracy Colloquium. 16 more words


February 17th In Black History

February 17th in Black History

1870 – Congress passes a resolution readmitting Mississippi to the
Union on the condition that it will never change its… 849 more words


Black History Fun Fact Friday

Hello there loves, and welcome back to Black History Fun Fact Friday the one day we set-apart to highlight some of the most influential African American men and women of time. 400 more words


Black Panthers Arrested For Reading Poetry

In Bobby Seale’s 1968 book Seize The Time he relates how in 1966 whilst at Merritt College he and fellow Black Panther Huey P Newton were arrested because Bobby Seale had read poems. 736 more words

Freddie Gibbs Names His Favorite Revolutionaries

(AllHipHop News) Indiana emcee Freddie Gibbs may also be known as “Gangsta Gibbs,” but the co-creator of this year’s well-received album Piñata with Madlib wants the world to know that he is actually RBG – revolutionary but gangsta. 241 more words


Backstage news and notes - Nov. 12th

Time to empty out the press releases…

  • Sad news out of the South Bay, as it relates to another theatre. Renegade Theatre Company, which works out of the Hoover Theatre in San Jose has announced that the final two shows for this season will be it.
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