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    which was deeped after hearing a speech given by Malcolm X. Together they formed an organization, off of their beliefs, called Black Panthers, later being renamed the Black Panther Party. Originally was created as an armed force, protecting the black community from the racist Oakland police, as the Panther reputation grew, so did the range of the organization itself. The Panthers became the new voice of the Civil Right Movement. The group did not agree with the nonviolent

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    The rules of the Black Panther Party are used as my primary source because they were written and published by the scholar founder Huey P. Newton. I used the rules because to understand the movement you need to understand the rules, and morals of the group. My secondary source used was actually a documentation of a conversation of the leaders of the movement in Israel. They are connected because even though they are miles apart and an ocean in in between them, their beliefs are the one in the same

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    "The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense knew what they wanted. They were young. They were black. They couldn't be ignored. Their ten-point platform was just the beginning of an unforgettable period in the history of this nation's civil rights movement. By 1967 the Black Panthers had established themselves as a force to be reckoned with. Their ideas, their agenda, their fight for equality for African Americans, put these outspoken youth on the map of American politics." (Haskins) Almost 40 years

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    posters of the Black Panther Party's co-founder, Huey P. Newton were plastered on walls of college dorm rooms across the country. Wearing a black beret and a leather jacket, sitting on a wicker chair, a spear in one hand and a rifle in the other, the poster depicted Huey Newton as a symbol of his generation's anger and courage in the face of racism and imperialism (Albert and Hoffman 4, 45). His intellectual capacity and community leadership abilities helped to founded the Black Panther Party (BPP). Newton

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    When people think Black Panther Party (BPP) they think violence. Violence is not the only occurrence that is associate with the BPP. Many good factors have emerged from the Black Panther Party, such as the creation of Black Lives Matter (BLM) and the creation of the Black Student Alliance. The Black Panther Party created the Ten-Point Program on March 29, 1972 as a way for non-colored people to understand what people of color needed. Some of the programs took years to accomplish, such as free health

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    The Black Panther Party did this through many different ways such as food banks, newspapers, free food and clothing. Led by many influential and powerful people, such as Martin L. King, Bobby Seale , and Huey Newton. Even though the Black Panthers were considered radical because of their use of force to protect the African American communities, their actions were just because their goals were to receive equal rights and opportunities as the white community had obtained. The Black Panther Party members

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    The Black Panthers The Black Panther Party is a self-defense, African American revolutionary party. This party was founded in Oakland, California by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale during the 1960’s. This party was dedicated to combating white oppression, and did so by the use of both peaceful and violent actions. Looking back at the history of the Black Panthers, it can be clearly seen that the peaceful idea of equality for all spawned this group and their violent actions for the main reason that they

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    Next, the Black Panther Party provided a variety of social services and programs designed to meet the needs of the black community. Often times overlooked, these services have been virtually absent in the mainstream media’s coverage of the Panthers. Often times “the government’s myopic perception of the party as a glorified street gang, clouded substantial analysis of their social programs by outside observers” (Kirby). The Panthers were known to offer a “wide range of health and social services

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    The Black Panthers Party “I’ am no longer accepting the things I can not change.I am going to changing the things I cannot accept”-Angela Davis Black people in the 1960s didn’t walk with prided,they walked with fear for what's gonna happen to them.African Americans weren’t getting medical health care,lived urban areas ,and had a lot of police violence.The police behaviors is what really made African American irritated.The police would jump on them,beat them up,and put a gun to their head. Until

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    Black Panthers The Black Panther is a group or a party of African Americans that was formed to protect blacks from the white law enforcement. Established in 1966 by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. The two leading revolutionary men created the national organization as a way to collectively combat white oppression. Dr Huey Percy Newton (February 17 1942-August 22, 1989) was born in Monroe, Louisiana. He was the youngest of seven children of Armelia Johnson and Walter Newton, a sharecropper and Baptist

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