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Black Panther AMStud Powerpoint

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The
Black
Panther
PARTY The New Black Panthers The new Black panther party (NBPP) - -created 1989, Dallas Texas by Aaron Micheals

-considers themselves a more legit version of the old

-still fairly active today currents NBPP leader -radical
-rasist(anti sementic) How It changed.
-"there is no new black panther party" Ideology -black nationalism
-pan-africanism
-anti-capitalism Critisism -hate group
-revolutionaries
-anti-government
-violent ("we need to exterminate all whites")
-protests (Philly) Malik Shabazz Free huey -radical
-racist (anti-semetic) FREE BREAKFAST FOR Children Program MURDER OF LEADERS MURDER OF young Black Panthers coIntelpro DESTRUCTION OF BUILDInGS LIONEL WILSON BOBBY SEALE ELAINE BROWN Panther Beliefs And Foundations Malcolm X Huey NewtoN and Bobby Seale Aaron micheals Founder of the NBPP -rallier of supporters
-riot against Philly school board Baggins, Brian. "The Ten-Point Program." Black Panther's Ten-Point Program. N.p., 15 Oct. 1996. Web. 11 Dec. 2012.

"Black Panther Party." Black Panther Party. Huey P. Newton Foundation, n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012.

"BlackPanther - About." BlackPanther - About. Huey P. Newton Foundation, n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012.

"BlackPanther | Legacy." BlackPanther | Legacy. Huey P. Newton Foundation, n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012.

"Bobby Seale." PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012.

"Home." MalcolmX.com. Estate of Malcolm X, n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012.

"Malik Zulu Shabazz." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 12 Apr. 2012. Web. 11 Dec. 2012.

"The Role of the Black Panthers in Oakland Politics." Welcome to Urban Habitat. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012.

"State Capitol March." PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2012. BIBLIOGRAPHY The Philly riot -1987 Malcolm X was a civil rights activist who went against racial segregation in the mid 1900s. Unlike the peaceful ways of Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X had much more violent ideologies. The Black Panther Party looked up to him and his ideas to guide their movement.


"Anybody who rapes, and plunders, and enslaves, and steals, and drops hell bombs on people... anybody who does these things is nothing but a devil."
-Malcolm X The Beginning of
the black panthers Huey Newton And Bobby Seale Huey Newton and Bobby Seale had been long time friends who both admired the ideas of Malcolm X and Karl Marx.They both co-founded the Black Panther Party in 1966 because they were upset with the lack of protection in their African-American communities and neighborhoods. In 1967 they both started a newspaper "The Black Panther" to spread their ideas even more. By 1968 their ideas did spread to more than half of the country. Mulford Bill and The March on Capital -Prohibiting anyone from carrying a loaded gun in public.

-To counter this law which upset them greatly The Black Panther members decided to march the capital of California with loaded rifles and guns.

-They then began to read Executive Mandate 1, but were then forced out.

-President Reagan then signed The Mulford Act which gave the Panthers what they wanted and put them in the national limelight. -Huey was arrested in 1968 for allegedly shooting Officer John Frey, but there are many different versions of the incident.

-Newton was then sentenced by the local Superior Court to 2-15 yrs.

- Then the "Free Huey" movement began which was fighting for Huey's freedom.

-The case was later brought back to trial, but was then dismissed. The Free Breakfast Program was started because The Black Panther members thought it would be useful and ultimately better for the community to serve breakfast to inner city kids before they went to school. This movement was so popular that it spread rapidly across the country. They were feeding at least 10,000 children every morning. The Ten PoInt Program 1. We Want Freedom. We Want Power To Determine
The Destiny Of Our Black Community.

2. We Want Full Employment For Our People.

3. We Want An End To The Robbery By The Capitalists Of Our Black Community

4. We Want Education For Our People That Exposes
The True Nature Of This Decadent American Society.
We Want Education That Teaches Us Our True History
And Our Role In The Present-Day Society.

5. We Want Education For Our People That Exposes
The True Nature Of This Decadent American Society.
We Want Education That Teaches Us Our True History
And Our Role In The Present-Day Society.

6. We Want All Black Men To Be Exempt From Military Service.

7. We Want An Immediate End To Police Brutality And Murder Of Black People.

8.We Want Freedom For All Black Men Held In Federal, State, County And City Prisons And Jails.

9. We Want All Black People When Brought To Trial To Be Tried In Court By A Jury Of Their Peer Group Or People From Their Black Communities, As Defined By The Constitution Of The United States.

10.We Want Land, Bread, Housing, Education, Clothing, Justice And Peace. Interview With Huey P. Newton Black Panthers in Popular Media "Paris"- The PANTHER Power Black Panthers Were.... ANTI-CAPITALISM
ANTI-DRUGS
MARXIST-LENINIST
BLACK NATIONALIST
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