Black Panther Party

Audio (LT) Listening Tree January 27, 2022 HUEY P. NEWTON INTERVIEW (UNDER DETENTION FOR CRIMINAL CHARGES) IN MARCH 1968

Reporters from the national and international news media talk with Mr. Newton, leader of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, about his personal and political philosophy. Also interviewed is the Black Panther Party attorney Charles R. Garry, Newton’s sister and Newton’s fianc_e, unnamed for their personal safety. Recorded March 7, 1968 in a detention cell at the Alameda County Courthouse.

Encyclopaedia Africana O February 26, 2021 OLIVE MORRIS

In 1977 Morris returned from China, completed her degree and returned to her home-community in Brixton. In Brixton, Morris became a founding member of the Organisation for Women of African and Asian Descent (OWAAD), 1978-82, and edited the organization’s magazine FOWAD!

C Encyclopaedia Africana February 20, 2021 COINTELPRO – GOALS

In the 1960’s, COINTELPRO’s targets frequently included civil rights activists, both those who espoused non-violence, like Martin Luther King, and those that Hoover referred to as “black nationalist hate groups,” like the Black Panthers.

Encyclopaedia Africana W February 20, 2021 WILLIAM O’ NEAL

While the story of Hampton’s death is fairly well known, O’Neal’s involvement in the matter is often oddly overlooked.

E Encyclopaedia Africana February 20, 2021 ELDRIDGE CLEAVER

The price of hating other human beings is loving oneself less.

B Encyclopaedia Africana February 19, 2021 BOBBY SEALE

If they had not murdered Malcolm X, there probably never would have been a Black Panther Party.

C Encyclopaedia Africana February 19, 2021 COINTELPRO

Within one year of the formation
of the Black Panther Party, the FBI established a special counter-intelligence program called COINTELPRO, to neutralize political dissidents.

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