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The Black Power Movement
Overview and primary source collection from the Digital Public Library of America.
Black Power Movement
This subject guide highlights records of Federal agencies and collections that related to the Black Power movement of the 1960s and 1970s. The selected records contain information on various organizations and records on several individuals.
Rethinking the Black Power Movement
A look back at the Black Power Movement and its legacy on America and American culture.
27 Important Facts Everyone Should Know About The Black Panthers
The Black Panther Party was founded 50 years ago ― and still, many misconceptions about its revolutionary work run rampant. Here are a few important things you must know to better understand the Black Panthers.
Black Panther Party
Good overview on the Black Panther Party, from its origin to its lasting legacy.
The Black Panther Party
The Black Panther Party was a complex political movement that was unfairly painted as a militant group who hated white people. Far from it, they were actually men and women trying to effect change in their community. Their history is one of the more interesting American stories, from the early stages of policing the police to their community service efforts to their inevitable fall.
Black Panther Primary Source Materials
Via Bowling Green State University, a collection of Black Panther Party primary sources including rules, beliefs, newspaper clippings, and more.
Power to the people: The rise of the Black Panthers
Half a century has passed since the Black Panthers first came on the scene. They were champions of equality to some -- dangerous subversives to others. The surviving Panthers, including one of its most prominent leaders, are still working to make their party's case.
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