History of the Black Panthers

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Both attitudinal and institutional racism grossly intertwined in U.S. society and government finally led to the Civil Rights movement of the 1960ís. (Winters, 1994) One of the many organized forces demanding quality and respect for Blacks in the United States of America was The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. The Party was organized by Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton, both of whom were college students at the time. The party spread eastward across the …

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…society from being exposed again. (Acoli, 1970! ) Overall, the Black Panther Party was probably the most successful and visionary, revolutionary Party in Modern America. Without the Black Panther Party contributions there would not have been a fundamental transition in the Black Liberation Movement. They were able to contribute to the areas of womenís issues, propaganda techniques and social programs. As well, as setting the ground for socialism, both among black Americans and internationally. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**