Black Panthers

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Noun1.Black Panthers - a militant Black political party founded in 1965 to end political dominance by Whites
party, political party - an organization to gain political power; "in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"
Black Panther - a member of the Black Panthers political party
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It is an evil time," said the Black Panther, one furnace-hot evening, "but it will go if we can live till the end.
Worse and worse," said the Black Panther, as the boy rose spluttering.
It was Bagheera the Black Panther, inky black all over, but with the panther markings showing up in certain lights like the pattern of watered silk.
Oh, thou art a man's cub," said the Black Panther very tenderly.
A relatively quick and easy read, "Black Panthers for Beginners" is very highly recommended for personal, community and academic library African American Studies and 20th Century American Political Science Studies reference collections in general, and Black Panthers Party supplemental studies lists in particular.
Vern, Reappraisal of the Black Panther Party: Selected Essays for the 21st Century.
In Oceania this shift towards further colour conscious indigenous activism was witnessed through the emergence of groups such as the Australian Black Panthers, and Nga Tamatoa and the Polynesian Panthers in New Zealand.
King would have been sickened by the likes of the new Black Panthers, Henry Louis Gates, Jeremiah White and Eric Holder," the ad concludes, after showing a clip of King's iconic "I Have a Dream" speech.
The cases of The New Black Panthers and Henry Louis Gates now let us see the 2008 Jeremiah Wright controversy in much fuller context when Mr.
With these images, Douglas's art manages to epitomize a certain brand of paramilitary chic for which the Black Panthers eventually became famous.
The Black Panther Party: Service to the People Programs.
One of the tensions that Rhodes teases out in this work is the struggle over representation: the tension between media institutions producing the spectacle that was to become iconic as the Black Panther Party (the media as dominant structure) and the Black Panthers as producers of their own imagery and iconicity (the Black Panthers as agents).