1. Full Documentary: Black Panthers - Huey! (Dir. Agnès Varda,1968)

     
     
  2. The Dalit Panthers, a militant Dalit organization inspired by the Black Panther Party, were founded in April 1972 in Mumbai.  

    More info here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalit_Panther

    (Source: counterstorytelling, via educationforliberation)

     
  3. People’s Free Food Program, Palo Alto, California, 1972—Stephen Shames 

    From the Black Panthers early 1970s series Illustrated in the book The Black Panthers Stephen Shames/ Aperture 2006

    (via fuckyeahmarxismleninism)

     
  4. BLACK PANTHER ART: EMORY DOUGLAS

    London retrospective of Emory Douglas’ highly political and iconic visual branding from the 60s-80s. 

    THE ICONIC EMORY DOUGLAS @ THE OUTSIDERS GALLERY

    I can’t describe what meeting him means to me. I’m good for the year.

    Catch the exhibition if you can :

    http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/11138/1/black-panther-art-emory-douglas

    (Source: mag-op)

     
  5. Emory Douglas

    Black Panther Community News Service Zine, 1960s

    (via llapen)

     
  6. YELLOW PERIL SUPPORTS BLACK POWER (Roz Payne. Oakland, California 1969)

    (via amakacamille)

     
  7. Angela Davis

    Excerpt from the film The Black Power Mixtape 1967 - 1975

    (Source: blackvintage)

     
     
  8. Kathleen Cleaver giving a speech at the University of Frankfurt, 1971.

    (via zingha)