Black Panther Party: The True Revolution

By Mason

In the year 1965, the Civil Rights Act was going strong and African Americans were fighting more and more for equal rights. The Black Panther motion started for more black americans to push for separation from Caucasians “by any means necessary”. One of these groups was called the Black Panther Party who used armed self-defense and would observe police arrests to make sure that the arrested person would not be brutalized, made sure they were treated fairly, and that if the police start shooting at them they will be shooting right back at ‘em. Continue reading “Black Panther Party: The True Revolution”