The Black Panthers’ central guiding principle was an ‘undying love for the people’ and the desire for peace.” – 50th anniversary of the BPP
Daily Practice: Newton and Seale helped to form the pioneering black liberation group to help build community and confront corrupt systems of power 50 years ago. Community love and care were at the core of their vision. The free breakfast program was a practice that created support the children needed. What can you engage with in your community that stands on the shoulders of their vision? This weekend get your community together to see what you can learn from the Black Panther Party.
What did you learn?
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