Stanley Nelson's Black Panthers: Vanguard Of The Revolution

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Topic 2: Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution
Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution is a documentary film which was written and directed by Stanley Nelson Jr. in 2015. This documentary reveals the facts about social and political impact of Black Panther Party. Black Panther Party was sort of political party which was founded in 1966 by two persons: Bobby Seale and Huey Newton (African-American political activists). In this documentary, Nelson has included the interviews of FBI agents and survived panthers. These interviews are revealing the facts about basic purpose of Black Panther Party (BPP), its cultural significance to American societies and its social and political impacts on life of all Americans especially African-Americans. Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution is one of the most …show more content…

So by keeping in view the basic purpose of developing BPP, I want to say that I am agreed with the approach of the BPP. The reason is that police brutality was very common issue for African-American during the era of 1960s. In this era of 1960s, African-Americans living in north cities of United States were facing the problems of economical and social inequalities. These social and economic inequalities give rise to high level of poverty, high rates of unemployment, poor health facilities, lack of proper facilities of education, increased rate of police brutality, and increased rate of violence related to racism for African-Americans. So that is why the approach of the Black Panther Party was to solve these solutions and protect the social and economic rights of the African-Americans. I do believe that every citizen should have equal economic and social opportunities and it was also the base of aims of Black Panther Party; that is why I am agreed with the approach of Black Panther

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