The Black Panther Party of the US was the first black political party in the United States and the first political party to enter office in the US.
In fact, in the 1930s and 1940s, the Black Panther party was one of the main forces in the fight for racial equality in the South.
Today, it is largely unknown, even in the deep south of the United State.
Yet, the Panthers were the inspiration for several black artists, including George Wallace, who won the US Presidency in 1968.
Today many Black Americans are not aware of the history of the Black Panthers or the significance of their organisation.
However, it was the Black Freedom Fighters, the largest political party of the African American community, who inspired many young people to join the Black Liberation Movement.
The Black Freedom fighters were an offshoot of the Young Lords, a political organisation that was founded by African Americans during the Civil Rights Movement.
In the early 1950s, Black Americans began to organize the Young Patriots and Young Patriots of the World, and in 1960, the Young Panthers formed.
The Young Panthers were led by Malcolm X, who became the first head of the organisation, and eventually led it to its present day position.
Malcolm X led the Young Liberation Movement, a struggle against Jim Crow segregation.
In 1963, the movement gained a foothold in the southern US state of Alabama.
Malcolm and other Panthers, along with other Black people, took part in the Bloody Sunday demonstrations in Birmingham in 1967.
Following the Bloody Monday riots, a police state was established, with the arrest of thousands of Black people in what became known as the “Bloody Sunday Revolt”.
In response, the United Nations Security Council declared a state of emergency and the United Nation declared a national emergency.
At this point, the US, Britain and the US military, with assistance from the South African military, invaded South Africa, the world’s largest country.
In 1968, the African National Congress, led by Nelson Mandela, was formed.
Mandela was instrumental in the establishment of the Democratic Party, which would win the US Presidential election in 1968, and become the first African American president in US history.
In 1969, the civil rights movement was launched in the south, which resulted in the election of Martin Luther King, Jr. as the first Black President.
The US and South Africa then broke apart and the South remained under British colonial rule until the late 1980s.
Today Black people across the world live in fear of being murdered or lynched for simply being Black.
In 2018, a documentary film called Black History: The Panthers, was released by the United Kingdom-based Black History Channel.
The film explores the life and legacy of the group that founded the Black Nationalist Movement.
This documentary was nominated for a 2016 Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.
This film was released in 2019.
In this film, the documentary team follows the lives of the leaders of the black Panthers and the Black Patriot Party, who came together to fight for the civil liberties of Black Americans.
In The Black Nationalists, Malcolm X explains the history and origins of the movement: “It’s about people who were being killed for being Black.”
He also speaks about the role of Black liberation in the Black Lives Matter movement.
In addition to Malcolm X’s life, we also have the life of the Panthers’ founder, Fred Hampton, who was a member of the Panther Party, as well as his son, Fred Garner.
He became one of America’s leading Black political leaders in the 1960s and 1970s, and became a leader in the Democratic National Committee.
In 1972, Fred was elected to the US House of Representatives.
In 1977, the NAACP became the country’s largest civil rights organisation.
In 1974, he was named to the National Advisory Council on Civil Rights (NACCR), and served as chairperson for the committee for several years.
He was also the first chairperson of the Committee on Black Leadership (CBL).
In 1977 and 1978, the CBL was formed and Fred was its first president.
In 1983, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) formed the National Committee for Civil Rights.
In 1989, the National Coalition for Civil Liberties was formed, which also included Fred Hampton.
In 1990, Fred served on the board of the NAACP’s national advisory committee.
In 1992, the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) was formed to promote Black political participation and political empowerment.
In 1994, the ACLU and the NACCR established the National Black Political Caucus (NBPC), which included Fred and many other leaders of Black politics.
In 1998, the NABP became the United African American Party, and Fred Hampton became its first national chairman.
In 2000, Fred became the president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
In 2001, Fred’s son, Frederick, became the new president of NABPP.
In 2003, Fred died at the age of 87.
In 2006, a film called The Panthers: A Life and Legacy was released, starring Freddie