The Unity Called Black Panthers

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Title

The Unity Called Black Panthers

Subject

Racism

Description

This image signifies what the Black Panthers stood for–unity in opposition to oppression and adversities that Black Britons experienced. Within the London UK Correspondence Duren Papers, a series of letters and texts stating the oppression the Black Panther’s opposed was shown. More specifically, works writing to politicians, police forces, and general citizens, all aiming to get justice for instances such as harassment, hate crimes, and assault. The Black Panther’s logo, found stamped at the end of a letter to a politician regarding punishment for a hate crime, depicts the strength Black Britons had. Black Britons retaliated, fighting for their rights and humanization in society. The Black Panthers are the epitome of black excellence.

Creator

No Author

Source

London Panthers UK Correspondence

Publisher

None

Date

1990-1993

Contributor

Rudalys Ruiz

Rights

USC Libraries, Special Collections, B. Kwaku Durren Papers, Box 44, Fol. 3.

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Citation

No Author, “The Unity Called Black Panthers,” Black Britons in USC Archives & Special Collections, accessed January 21, 2021, https://uscblackbritons.omeka.net/items/show/48.

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