A Black Panther feeds his son at the “Free Huey” rally in Oakland, California. February 17, 1968. (Source: holyshithistory, via sexgenderbody)

criminallyinnocent: A member of The Black Panther Party for Self Defense feeds his son at a Free Huey rally on February

Stephen Shames, Kathleen Cleaver, Communications Secretary for the Black Panther Party, Talks with Other Party Members Before a Free Huey Rally in DeFermery Park 1968

Kathleen Cleaver, Communications Secretary for the Black Panther Party, Talks with Other Party Members Before a Free Huey Rally in DeFermery Park 1968

The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (BPP)

Child at Black Panther Rally (Political Prisoners Of USA Facism)

Vtg WWI African American Black Soldier Family Real Photo Post Card

Vtg WW l African American Black Soldier & Family Real Photo Post Cardi love this look on babies faces too adorable

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David Fenton, Black Panther Party, Washington D.

Black Panther Party African American Revolution

Black Panthers amassed at the Capitol building brandishing guns to protest a bill before an assembly committee restricting the carrying of arms in public. Self defense was a key part of the Panthers' agenda, May 1967 Photo credit: Walt Zeboski / AP

Staying Black and Progressive

The Black Panthers, 1969

#BlackPower

black panthers - from Rebel Arts Society

One of the most powerful things about the Black Panther Party was its ability to take young Black men off the street....

One of the most powerful things about the Black Panther Party was its ability to take young Black men off the street. We do the Lord Jesus his house real men of GOD preaching the truth;

Dangerfield Newby (1820-1859) son of a white Scottish man and enslaved black woman; freed by his father in 1858, Newby married Harriet who was also a slave. He raised the $1,500 asking-price for her release but the slaver refused to sell. He then joined John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry on October 17, 1859 where he was shot and killed before they took his body, stabbed it repeatedly and amputated his limbs. Soon after the raid, his wife and children were sold to slavers in Louisiana.

The real Django so this wasn't something that came from the mind of Quentin Tarantino

PBS documentary, “A Panther In Africa” which should be on Youtube. The documentary tells the story of former Kansas City Chairman of the Black Panther Party Peter O’Neal and his wife Charlotte and their exile to Tanzania in 1970 after Pete was arrested a year earlier under a new law (that many note was enacted to control the Black Panther Party) restricting the transportation of a gun across state lines. Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPcZ8Zm958M&feature=youtu.be

specialnights: “ PBS documentary, “A Panther In Africa”. The documentary tells the story of former Kansas City Chairman of the Black Panther Party Peter O’Neal and his wife Charlotte and their exile.

BPP - the Black Panther Party - photographs by Roz Payne

Kathleen Cleaver speaking at Black Panther Rally - 1969

Kathleen Cleaver and Eldridge Cleaver, 1970.  Photo credit: William Klein

Kathleen and Eldridge Cleaver in Algiers after the birth of their first child. The Black Panther Party had established an international section in Algeria during by Pan-African News Wire File Photos

“Black Panther Party Liberation School in Oakland, California, 1968. Photo courtesy of Victor Houston ”

How Blacks Brainwash Kids to be Racists - Black Panther Party Liberation School in Oakland, California, Photo courtesy of Victor Houston

Former Slave, FOUNTAIN HUGHES, of Charlottesville, Virginia, born 1848, and interviewed by Hermond Norwood, in Baltimore, Maryland, June 11, 1949.  Excerpt: "My name is Fountain Hughes. I was born in Charlottesville, Virginia. My grandfather belong to Thomas Jefferson. My grandfather was a hundred and fifteen years old when he died. And now I am one hundred and, and one year old."

"My name is Fountain Hughes. I was born in Charlottesville, Virginia. My grandfather belong to Thomas Jefferson. My grandfather was a hundred and fifteen years old when he died.

24 Powerful Images of Black Women and Children During the Black Panther Movement - Page 3 of 8 - Atlanta Blackstar

Angela Davis Women of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, Panther Girls -- Children outside of a liberation school in San Francisco Law profess

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