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Young boys protesting. (Neil Kenlock's photos of the BRITISH BLACK PANTHER MOVEMENT, 1968-1972)

The Amazing Lost Legacy of the British Black Panthers

Young boys protesting. (Neil Kenlock's photos of the BRITISH BLACK PANTHER MOVEMENT, 1968-1972)

Brixton, England: January 11, 1947. Unable to get their weekend meat rations owing to the transport strike, Londoners queue for horse flesh outside a shop in Brixton. ©TopFoto / The Image Works

Brixton, England: January 11, 1947. Unable to get their weekend meat rations owing to the transport strike, Londoners queue for horse flesh outside a shop in Brixton. ©TopFoto / The Image Works

circa 1968-1972 | Member Danny Dacosta, at the British Black Panther Headquarters, London. |   "While we were another large black population, we had no segregation here. But it was difficult for us to get adjusted to this country. Our parents weren't given good jobs, only menial tasks and factory jobs—there were no real black professionals in Britain the time. The challenge here was to get a fair deal, get a chance to climb that ladder."~ Neil Kenlock, photographer/BBP.

The Amazing Lost Legacy of the British Black Panthers

circa 1968-1972 | Member Danny Dacosta, at the British Black Panther Headquarters, London. | "While we were another large black population, we had no segregation here. But it was difficult for us to get adjusted to this country. Our parents weren't given good jobs, only menial tasks and factory jobs—there were no real black professionals in Britain the time. The challenge here was to get a fair deal, get a chance to climb that ladder."~ Neil Kenlock, photographer/BBP.

Loughborough Hotel, Loughborough Road, Brixton North, Brixton, London, 1905

Loughborough Hotel, Loughborough Road, Brixton North, Brixton, London, 1905

Windsor Castle attacked during Brixton riot

Windsor Castle attacked during Brixton riot

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