Remembering the real Black Panther Party

Hutchinson, Earl Ofari
July 1997
New York Amsterdam News;07/05/97, Vol. 88 Issue 27, p4
Presents a historical analysis of the Black Panther Party, making reference to the release of former Black Panther Party leader Elmer `Geronimo' Pratt from prison. Reminiscences of the Panther founder and the movement; Background information on the Panther divisions established.


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