1. Campaign Poster: Bobby Seale for Mayor & Elaine Brown for Oakland City Council (1973) 

    (Source: specialnights, via missproctor)

     
  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. The Young Lords in New York

    The Young Lords Party (formed in the early 1960’s in New York City by mostly Puerto Rican students and immigrants, inspired by the Black Panther Party) looked to defend the rights of Puerto Rican immigrants and to struggle for National Liberation. Many became involved in student and anti-war movements and wanted to apply the skills gained in that work to creating a community-based revolutionary organization.

    (Source: un-corazon-revolucionario, via fuckyeahmarxismleninism)

     
  4. Yuri Kochiyama and Richard Aoki, Japanese members of the Black Panther Party

    (via patrill)

     
  5. Black Panther Party Book List 1968

    (via fuckyeahmarxismleninism)

     
  6. “Life and Death of the Black Panthers”

    Cover of Italian magazine, STORIA ILLUSTRATA (1975 N° 211)

    (Source: sweatyspaghetti, via diasporicroots)

     
  7. 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)

     
  8. 1969: 

    The Year of the Panther


    The Black Panther Community News Service (January 4, 1969 Vol 2 No 19)