Annotated Bibliography: Black Panther Party

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Jordan Price Professor Stephanie Wilhelm ENG 112 1 March 2016 Annotated Bibliography: Black Panther Party Lately there has been a lot of talk about The Black Panther party. Some good and some bad it has been a very hot topic to discuss and debate. The Black panther party or sometimes called BPP was a revolutionary black nationalist and socialist organization. Which was lively in the United States of America from 1966 until 1982 and even having an international chapter in Algeria from 1669 until 1972. The Black panther party has been back into the spotlight this year for numerous reasons one being its 50th anniversary. Another reason it’s back in the spotlight now is because Singer Beyoncé super bowl performance, which caused a lot of controversy…show more content…
Survival Pending Revolution : The History of the Black Panther Party. Tuscaloosa, AL, USA: University of Alabama Press, 2007. ProQuest ebrary. Web. 15 March 2016. This book is helping me a lot because it’s giving me what people opinions were about the Black Panther party back when they were popular. Also now what people think and are saying about them. The book also brings up how the black panthers supported many other groups and many other groups supported them. They still always stood firmly in what they believe in. Scholars still has questions they still don’t have answers like what was the group ideology? Who did they appeal too? And many other questions. Bennett, Hans. "The Black Panthers and the Assassination of Fred Hampton." Journal of Pan African Studies 3.6 (2010): 215+. Academic OneFile. Web. 2 Mar. 2016. This journal talks about the assassination of a Fred Hampton and other black panther party members. Fred Hampton was an American activist and deputy chairman of the national black panther party. He and others were murdered in Chicago one night while he was sleeping. He was killed in a raid by cook county in Illinois in works with the Chicago police department and the federal bureau of investigation. some time in December 1969 a civil lawsuit was filled and in 1982 a settlement was reached at approximately 1.85 million…show more content…
It gives me the people on the side of the black panther party and their reasons for. Also gives me the people against on the other side and their point of view. It talks about how the head of the federal bureau of investigation J. Edgar Hoover was against the black panther’s party. Even said that they were “the greatest threat to the internal security of the country’’. The book also talked about the programs the black panther party started and all the groups they supported. How they weren’t just helping black people but all
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