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Black Panthers & Black Panther Party: see Black People & Rights & Civil Liberties & Human Rights & Racism & Nation of Islam & Equality & Protest & Demonstration & Black Panthers & Oppression & Repression & Activism & Solidarity & Activism

Kathleen Neal Cleaver - Khalid Abdul Muhammad - Noam Chomsky - Storyville: The Black Panthers TV - The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution 2015 - Fred Hampton - Jonathan P Jackson - Huey Newton - Kerry Washington - Bobby Seale - Sekou Odinga - J Edgar Hoover - Assata Shakur - Curtis Austin - Jama Lazerow - Nicole Martin - The Murder of Fred Hampton 1971 - The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 2011 - Stokely Carmichael - Stokely Carmichael & Charles Vernon - Angela Davis - All Power to the People: The Black Panther Party & Beyond 1996 -

 

 

39,226.  Once Richard Nixon was elected president and was inaugurated in January 1969, we were targeted, bam, bam, bam, by a very sophisticated, advanced, counterintelligence program, at the same time, by very crude and violent police.  (Black Culture & Nixon & Black Panthers)  Kathleen Neal Cleaver, Black Panther Party

 

 

39,250.  The white race is absolutely disagreeable to get along with in peace.  (Black Culture & Black Panthers)  Dr Khalid Abdul Muhammad, Black Panthers

 

 

95,003.  During the campaign waged by the national political police against the Black Panthers – including assassination, instigation of ghetto riots, and a variety of other means – the FBI estimated the ‘hard core members’ of the targeted organization at only eight hundred ... The repressive agencies of the state proceeded with a campaign of violence and disruption to ensure that the Panthers did not succeed in organizing as a substantial social or political force.  (Black Culture & Black Panthers)  Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy

 

 

97,386.  ‘We referred to ourselves as The Vanguard.  And we were setting by example a new course we wanted the entire community to follow.’  (Black Culture & Black Panther)  Storyville: The Black Panthers

 

97,387.  ‘Our attack was not only against white supremacy but it was also against capitalism.’  (Black Culture & Black Panther)  ibid. 

 

97,388.  ‘This was all-out attack on the Black Panther Party.’  (Black Culture & Black Panther)  ibid.  

 

97,389.  ‘It was a split in the Party and within days we began to feel just how bad it was.’  (Black Culture & Black Panther)  ibid.

 

97,390.  There are over 20 Panthers who remain in prison.  (Black Culture & Black Panther)  ibid.

 

 

126,859.  We were making history.  And there wasn’t nice and clean.  There wasn’t easy.  It was complex.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, Netflix 2015, Erica Huggins, member

 

126,860.  The police jump on you, beat you up, put the gun at your head, this is what we’re going through on a daily basis.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  Warne Pharr

 

126,861.  We want freedom, we want decent housing, we want education for our people, we want an immediate end to police brutality …  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Want & Black Panthers)  ibid.  Black Panthers          

 

126,862.  The Black Panther Party demands that Huey P Newton be set free.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  Eldridge Cleaver 

 

126,863.  Free Breakfast For Children Served Here Every School Morning.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  sign  

 

126,864.  The reality is that the majority of the rank and file by the end of the 60s are women.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  Claybourne Carson, historian

 

126,865.  In other cities the Panthers were under physical attack from the police departments.  But New York City was going to handle its Panther problem differently: they created a conspiracy case that allowed them to arrest the entire leadership of the New York City Black Panther Party.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  Jamal Joseph  

 

126,866.  He [Bobby Seale] kept insisting on his right to represent himself, and the judge’s response to that was to order the bailiffs to put gaffer tape over his mouth and tie him to his chair.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Court & Trial & Black Panthers)  ibid.  Mike Gray, filmmaker    

 

126,867.  It was like a slaughterhouse.  And there was blood all over the place.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  Mike Gray, assassination of Fred Hampton  

 

126,868.  It was a death squad that did this raid.  It was a police death squad.  And the whole thing was set up by the FBI.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  historian

 

126,871.  It was a split in the party.  And within days we began to feel just how bad it was.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  William Calhoun

      

126,872.  There are over 20 Panthers that remain in prison.  (Civil Liberties & Revolution & Black Culture & Repression & Oppression & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  ibid.  caption    

 

 

49,633.  We’re going to fight racism not with racism, but we’re going to fight with solidarity.  We say we’re not going to fight capitalism with black capitalism, but we’re going to fight it with socialism.  (Socialism & Racism & Solidarity & Black Panthers)  Fred Hampton

 

 

126,873.  So we say – we always say in the Black Panther Party that they can do anything they want to to us.  We might not be back.  I might be in jail.  I might be anywhere.  But when I leave, you’ll remember I said, with the last words on my lips, that I am a revolutionary.  And you’re going to have to keep on saying that.  You’re going to have to say that I am a proletariat, I am the people.  I am not the pigs.  You’ve got to make a distinction.  And the people are going to have to attack the pigs.  The people are going to have to stand up against the pigs.  That’s what the Panthers are doing here.  That’s what the Panthers are doing all over the world.  (Black Panthers & Revolution)  Fred Hampton, speech I am a Revolutionary

 

 

126,878.  Yes, we do defend our office as we do defend our homes.  This is a constitutional right everybody has, and nothing's funny about that.  The only reason they get mad at the Black Panther Party when you do it is for the simple reason that we're political.  Fred Hampton  

 

 

126,874.  We are quite obviously faced with a need to organize some small defenses to the more flagrant abuses of the system now … While we await the precise moment when all of capitalism’s victims will indignantly rise to destroy the system, we are being devoured … Some of us are going to have to take our courage in hand and build a hard revolutionary cadre for selective retaliatory violence.  (Black Panthers & Revolution)  Jonathan P Jackson, Blood in My Eye p11-12

 

 

126,875.  Comrade, Repression exposes.  By drawing violence from the beast, the vanguard party is demonstrating for the world to examine just exactly what terms their rule is predicated on — their power to organize violence, our acquiescence.  (Black Panthers & Repression)  Jonathan P Jackson, Blood in My Eye p23

 

 

126,881.  Black Power is giving power to the people who have not had the power to determine their own destiny.  Huey Newton

 

 

126,875.  The FBI was most disturbed by the Panthers’ survival programs providing community service.  The popular free breakfast program, in which the party provided free hot breakfasts to children in Black communities throughout the United States, was, as already noted, a particular thorn in the side of J Edgar Hoover.  Finding little to criticize about the program objectively, the Bureau decided to destroy it.  (Black Panthers & Repression)  Huey P Newton, dissertation ‘War Against the Panthers: A Study of Repression in America’

 

 

49,541.  I suggested that we use the panther as our symbol and call our political vehicle the Black Panther Party.  The panther is a fierce animal, but he will not attack until he is backed into a corner; then he will strike out.  (Revolution & Black Culture & Black Panthers)  Huey Newton, Revolutionary Suicide 1973

 

126,876.  I have no doubt that the revolution will triumph.  The people of the world will prevail, seize power, seize the means of production, wipe out racism, capitalism.  (Black Panthers & Revolution)  ibid.  p4

 

 

126,877.  I think most people when they think about the Black Panther Party, they think in very abstract, caricatured terms.  They think about black fists in the air, but the don't think about the actual people, and the families, and the relationships.  Kerry Washington

 

 

126,879.  There is an entire generation of young people who know nothing about how viciously the FBI attacked the Black Panther Party, and why.  Bobby Seale   

 

 

126,886.  The FBI’s Counter-Intelligence Program would work hand-in-hand with police departments, literally planning attacks on Black Panther Party offices throughout the United States of America.  Bobby Seale

 

 

126,880.  What kind of motivated me to join the Black Panther Party and that I along with some of the comrades that I was working with in New York had heard about the Black Panther Party, and they were doing things that we wanted to do in New York, and we thought that would be a better vehicle than the vehicle that we had going on in New York.  They were better organized, and they already had their Ten-Point Platform and Program, and people already heard about them.  So we decided that we would join the party when given a chance.  Sekou Odinga

 

 

126,882.  You state that the Bureau ... should not attack programs of community interest such as the Breakfast for Children … You have obviously missed the point … This program was formed by the BPP for obvious reasons, including their efforts to create an image of civility, assume community control of Negroes, and to fill adolescent children with their insidious poison.  J Edgar Hoover

 

 

126,883.  The Panthers were baaaaaad.  The Party was more than bad, it was bodacious.  The sheer audacity of walking on to the California senate floor with rifles, demanding that black people have the right to bear arms and the right to self-defense, made me sit back and take along look at them.  Assata Shakur

 

 

126,884.  [The Party] dropped its wholesale attacks against whites and began to emphasize more of a class analysis of society.  Its emphasis on Marxist–Leninist doctrine and its repeated espousal of Maoist statements signaled the group’s transition from a revolutionary nationalist to a revolutionary internationalist movement.  Every Party member had to study Mao Tse-tung's Little Red Book to advance his or her knowledge of peoples’ struggle and the revolutionary process.  Curtis Austin

 

 

126,885.  As inheritors of the discipline, pride, and calm self-assurance preached by Malcolm X, the Panthers became national heroes in black communities by infusing abstract nationalism with street toughness – by joining the rhythms of black working-class youth culture to the interracial élan and effervescence of Bay Area New Left politics ... In 1966, the Panthers defined Oakland’s ghetto as a territory, the police as interlopers, and the Panther mission as the defense of community.  The Panthers’ famous ‘policing the police’ drew attention to the spatial remove that White Americans enjoyed from the police brutality that had come to characterize life in black urban communities.  Jama Lazerow, Lazerow & Williams 2006

 

 

 

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