The Last Hours of William O’Neal | Chicago Reader He was the informant who gave the FBI the floor plan of Fred Hampton's apartment. Last week he ran onto the Eisenhower Expressway and killed himself. (1990)

He was the informant who gave the FBI the floor plan of Fred Hampton’s apartment. Last week he ran onto the Eisenhower Expressway and killed himself.

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They called him Bunchy, like a bunch of greens | San Francisco Bay View “When they killed Bunchy, they killed the Party – we just didn’t know it at the time.” – Roland Freeman, member of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party

“When they killed Bunchy, they killed the Party – we just didn’t know it at the time.” – Roland Freeman, member of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party.

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Memoir of Elaine Brown, the only woman to lead the Black Panther Party, set to be adapted for film | Shadow & Act Brown was the chairperson of the party from 1974-1977 while Huey Newton was in exile in Cuba, appointed by Newton himself. She most notably expanded the BPP's objectives to include matters of importance to black women.

Brown was the chairperson of the party from 1974-1977 while Huey Newton was in exile in Cuba, appointed by Newton himself. She most notably expanded the BPP’s objectives to include matters of importance to black women.

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8 Black Panther Party Programs That Were More Empowering Than Federal Government Programs – Atlanta Black Star The Black Panther Party is known for its tremendous efforts to obtain justice for African-Americans during the civil rights movement. Their impact on history can be showcased through the numerous programs created to help the Black community.

The Black Panther Party is known for its tremendous efforts to obtain justice for African-Americans during the civil rights movement. Their impact on history can be showcased through the numerous programs created to help the Black community.

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The story of the British Black Panthers through race, politics, love and power – The Guardian The experience of black people in the UK in the 1970s is examined in Guerrilla, a new drama series written by 12 Years a Slave screenwriter John Ridley. Now that story finds echoes in a powerful exhibition of photographs of the time

The experience of black people in the UK in the 1970s is examined in Guerrilla, a new drama series written by 12 Years a Slave screenwriter John Ridley. Now that story finds echoes in a powerful exhibition of photographs of the time.

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