Bobby Seale

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  • The Black Of Black Panther Party

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    African-Americans fought for civil and equal rights in America. 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

  • Huey Newton and the Black Panther Party

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    Howard 1 Around the fall of 1966, the black civil rights movement was changing its strategies and goals all overnight. Many white Americans wanted to know what was the sudden change in the blacks because they haven’t been use to seeing such a proud race that was demanding equal rights. The black movement shift became obvious to the public in August of 1965, when President Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act that caused all the blacks to have pep in their step. After the signing there was many chaotic

  • The Civil Rights Movement And The Black Power Movement

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    From the protests of the he civil rights movement the United Sates government made concessions that appointed Black officials, as mayors, and Congressmen etc.(cite) However, that concession did not include any sustainable improvements for the daily lives of Black people, as concessions in segregation law began to breakdown and poverty increased. Black unemployment in 1954 saw 32% of Blacks living in poverty. 1% of the poor blacks giving in metropolitan areas, coupled with the break down in concessions

  • The Black Panther Party And The Civil Rights Movement

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    Newton and Bobby Seale created the Black Panther Party in Oakland, California in 1966. The Black Panther Party was original called, ‘The Black Panther Party for Self- Defense’; they implemented Malcolm-X philosophy of self-defense because during the time The Black Panthers were created there were high rates of police brutality towards the black community, which meant that Black people were being killed at random with no reason. Before The Black Panther Party had a name, Newton and Seale created the

  • The Black Panther Party For Self Defense

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    In October 1966, Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale founded the Black Panther Party for Self Defense and soon thereafter drafted the Ten Point Platform which drove the ambitions of the party. Each point was meant to rectify one of the oppressive actions suffered by black communities nationwide but all boiled down in to the tenth point: “We want land, bread, housing, education, clothing, justice.” The platform established the organization as one dedicated to changing the community rather than the system

  • Cool Rules : Anatomy Of Cool By Pountain And Robinson

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    In the book, “Cool Rules: Anatomy of Cool by Pountain and Robinson”, the idea of cool is manifested in many different facets of our lives, however it can only be seen through people’s reactions. In other words, you can see Cool in the eyes of others. According to Pountain and Robinson, “Cool has become a universal phenomena that has an important influence on all our institutions from the media to education to marketing and the economy as a whole”. The writers define Cool as not only an oppositional

  • The Black Panther Party Essay

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    civil rights movement. They were not just a Black KKK. They helped revolutionize the thought of African Americans in the U.S.      The Black Panther had a huge background of history, goals, and beliefs. Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale in Oakland, Ca 1966, founded the Panthers. They were originally as an African American self defense force and were highly influenced by Malcolm X’s ideas. They were named after Lowndes County Freedom Organization or LCFO. The Panthers had many goals

  • Emory Douglas: All Power to the People

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    Gun-slinging, militant-looking, irate adolescent African American men, women, and children: an incessant image employed by the revolutionary artist Emory Douglas. Douglas is perhaps one of the most iconic artists’ of the 20th century and has created thousands of influential protest images that remain unforgettable to this day. Through the use of compelling images Emory Douglas aided in defining the distinct visual aesthetic of the Black Panther Party’s newspapers, pamphlets, and posters. It was

  • Essay on The Black Panther Party for Self Defense

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    The Black Panther Party for Self Defense was the most significant activist group during the Civil Rights Movement Era. It was founded in Oakland, California by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale in October of 1966. The Black Panthers Party was founded to fight for and protect the rights of African Americans. Believing that the approach Martin Luther King Jr. was expressing would take too long, the approach Black Panther Party took was more along the lines of Malcolm X more aggressive theories rather

  • Black Panther Party Essay

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    Huey Newton and Bobby Seale were two African-American men growing up in the ghetto of California where they saw and experienced racism and police brutality. There voices were not heard when it came to their communities. It took three young children to die by car crashes, and a peaceful candlelight vigil that turned into a fight between a neighborhood and the police (in which the police covered up their badges so that no one could report them to the police department) for them to want to make a change