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Ten-Point Program

“The Ten-Point Program, or The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense Ten-Point Platform and Program, is a set of guidelines to the Black Panther Party and states their ideals and ways of operation, a ‘combination of a Bill of Rights and a Declaration of Independence.’ The document was created in 1966 by the founders of the Black Panther Party, … 400 more words

Vietnam War

The Story Within the Story-Black Panther

Whenever I go out to see a movie, I don’t go because of the special effects, actors, cinematography, or great musical score; these are important elements that help tell a story.  480 more words


The Urban Crisis and the New Militants Series

“By the late 1960s Chicago had become a battleground in struggles for social change, civil rights and against the war in Vietnam. The 1968 Democratic Party convention was accompanied by anti-war demonstrations and clashes between students and police. 411 more words

Vietnam War

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 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

Black Power