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Juche in the United States: The Black Panther Party’s Relations with North Korea, 1969-1971 アメリカにおけるチュチェ(主体性)思想 ブラック・パンサー党と北朝鮮、1969-1971 | The Asia-Pacific Journal

Juche in the United States: The Black Panther Party’s Relations with North Korea,

The Black Panther was a weekly newspaper published by the Black Panther Party from 1967-80. Art directed by Revolutionary Artist and Minister of Culture Emory Douglas, The Black Panther covers were a combination of Douglas’s own powerful illustration, collage, high-contrast photographs, and poster-like graphics.  Many of these covers are courtesy of Babylon Falling and Emory Douglas Art.

The Black Panther party newspaper, January 1969 Illustration and art director: Emory Douglas

Actors David Oyelowo and Yaya Dacosta pose as members of The Black Panther Party while making Lee Daniels’ The Butler.

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In January, 1969, The first Panther's Free Breakfast for School Children Program is initiated at St. Augustine's Church in Oakland. By the end of the year, the Panthers set up kitchens in cities across the nation, feeding over 10,000 children every day be

The People’s Free Food Program of the Black Panther Party. you dont always need to be in the streets to affect change!

"Black Panther Party: "The Black Panther Party (originally the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense) was an African-American revolutionary socialist organization active in the United States from 1966 until 1982. The Black Panther Party achieved national and international notoriety through its involvement in the Black Power movement and U.S. politics of the 1960s and 1970s..." (Wikipedia)

Black Panther national chairman Bobby Seale and defense minister Huey Newton in San Francisco. Seale was charged in New Haven, Conn. with the kidnapping and slaying of a Black Panther party member there in May .

Hutton joined the Black Panther Party at the age of 16, in 1966. On April 6th, 1968, when he was 17 years old, he was traveling in a car with a few other Black Panther members when they were ambushed by the Oakland police. They ran for cover in a building nearby. When the police finally threw tear gas into the building, Hutton stripped down to his underwear so that the police would know he was unarmed and he walked out. The police shot him 12 times

Hutton joined the Black Panther Party at the age of in On April when he was 17 years old, he was traveling in a car with a few other Black Panther members when they were ambushed by the Oakland police.

Assata: Exile since 1979  On May 2 1973, Black Panther activist Assata Olugbala Shakur (fsn) Joanne Deborah Chesimard, was pulled over by the New Jersey State Police, shot twice and then charged with murder of a police officer. Assata spent six and a half years in prison under brutal circumstances before escaping out of the maximum security wing of the Clinton Correctional Facility for Women in New Jersey in 1979 and moving to Cuba.

November 1979 - Assata Shakur (née Joanne Chesimard), a former member of Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army, escapes from a New York prison to Cuba, where she remains under political asylum.

Kathleen and Eldridge Cleaver in Algiers after the birth of their first child. The Black Panther Party had established an international section in Algeria during 1969. by Pan-African News Wire File Photos, via Flickr

Kathleen and Eldridge Cleaver in Algiers after the birth of their first child. The Black Panther Party had established an international section in Algeria during by Pan-African News Wire File Photos❤❤❤

O te mueves o te movemos: Por Assange, por las Pussy Riot, por dar una patada en el culo a los políticos el 25S

Black Panther Party poster slogan: 'Move On Over Or We’ll Move On Over You'

ungovernablesf:  Black Panther Party newspaper. Design & illustration by Emory Douglas.

January Birthday of Comrade Angela Yvonne Davis, former political prisoner, Marxist-feminist theorist and prison abolition activist. I wish Angela Davis a great birthday.

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