Sunday, November 17, 2019

Tag: Black Panther Movement

Avoiding ‘White Guilt’ — and Railing Against...

Apparently, white self-righteous indignation over unfiltered, authentic expressions of Black suffering is the preferred outrage du jour. When Black people protest the conditions under...

From Black Panthers to MOVE Bombing: Black...

For those familiar with the history of social protest, the police and Black people in these United States—and how a combination of the three...

Young, Gifted and Black: The Assassination of...

On December 4, 1969, Fred Hampton, the young founder and leader of the Chicago Black Panther Party, was murdered in his bed while sleeping,...

The Murder of Tyshawn Lee In Chicago...

The question must be asked: To what lengths are Black folks willing to go in order to extricate themselves from white supremacy? It is a...

24 Powerful Images of Black Women and...

Angela Davis Women of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, 1969. Panther Girls -- Children outside of a liberation school in San Francisco Law professor Kathleen Cleaver stands next...