SOURCE: Think Progress
Educators are embracing ‘Black Panther’ in their curriculum, and it’s amazing.
by Moses Ochonu
It’s a riposte to Afro-pessimism and Afro-defeatism.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
"Black Panther” taps into a centuries-old dream of an independent, prosperous black nation.
SOURCE: King 5
Remember Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale? He's still around and he's still got plenty to say.
In a video interview he recalled how as a Panther he demanded to watch the police carrying out their duties.
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