African American History Culture : Black Panther founder Bobby Seale: 'We took no crap'

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    Video: Black Panther founder Bobby Seale: 'We took no crap'



    Bobby Seale, founder of the Black Panther Party, talks about the history of the organization and its connection to the Black Lives Matter movement. USA TODAY


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    Black Panther founder Bobby Seale: 'We took no crap'

    Bobby Seale, founder of the Black Panther Party, talks about the history of the organization and its connection to the Black Lives Matter movement.
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    5 things to know about the Black Panthers


    ... In the early 1960s, one of the party founders, Bobby Seale was studying part time at Merritt College in Oakland. Every year, the college celebrated “Pioneer Day,” honoring the history of settlers who came West in the 1800s. But Seale and others noticed African Americans were never mentioned in settlement of the American West ...


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    5 things to know about the Black Panthers

    Here's a rundown on why the party was formed and what they hoped to accomplish.
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    The Black Panther party was a black nationalist group operating in the United States beginning in 1966. Here are five things you didn’t know about the Black Panthers

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    Black Panther Party's legacy of Black Power endures



    ... Fifty years after the group was founded, the Panthers remain a flashpoint in the struggle for black equality in the USA. While it’s true that the party failed to live up to its ideals during its more than 10 years of activism, it’s equally true that its efforts led to greater equity and strength in the black community ...


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    Black Panther Party's legacy of Black Power endures

    Though the group was short-lived, its legacy of Black Power endures
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