Lost Legacy of the British Black Panthers / Photos: Neil Kenlock / The BBP's Darcus Howe. Its important for Black people to tell their own story/s, to teach their stories with empowering purpose and truth.
Who were the Black Panther Party? What is the legacy of the Black Panthers? What have the Black Panthers got to do with Beyonce? Heather Agyepong speaks to Beverley Bryan, a former Black Panther, about the female Black Panthers of Brixton.
African British youth were brutalized and harassed by police. The Brixton uprising in April 1981 was one of the results of this racist policing. "Police Power and Black People" published 1972 by white British author Derek Humphry.
The Amazing Lost Legacy of the British Black Panthers
In the Mid-1960s | The British Black Panther Party, was educating their communities and fighting discrimination. Outright racist laws that threatened to repatriate entire swathes of the Black population were being pushed into place, and sections of the white middle classes were resentful towards the Black Community. But the BBP – based in Brixton, south London – helped to change all that, educating British Black people about their history and giving them a voice to speak out against…
Black and British by David Bygott; Black and British is the moving account of the history of the Afro-Caribbean community in the United Kingdom. It describes the struggle for freedom and dignity, both in the Caribbean and in Britain; it looks at the achievements of individuals, past and present; and it shows how racism remains, as it has done in the past, an everyday fact of life.
Power struggle: A new exhibition looks back at the rise of the British Black Panthers
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Members of the British Black Panther Movement which was short-lived, worked to combat racial oppression, police brutality, discrimination at the place of work and the mis-education of black youths and black young people.