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Racial Nationalisms (Exhibit Page)

From Exhibit: 1960s and Youth Culture

…led by Martin Luther King, Jr., there were a variety of activist tactics and strategies. The Black Panther Party, often portrayed as militant or caricatured as thuggish [Figure 2, Figure 5, Figure 7, Figure 9], worked to achieve equality in a number…


Protest and Responses in Print (Exhibit Page)

…to fight racial stereotypes and institutional inequalities. The cartoon [Figure 1] from a 1969 issue of the Black Panther newspaper depicts a black couple in two different stages: In the first stage, labelled "1965," the couple dresses in conservative…


Myths of the 1960s (Exhibit Page)

From Exhibit: 1960s and Youth Culture

…to issues such as racism, patriarchal privilege, and abuses of power on the institutional level. 1960s social movements also resulted in a number of cultural changes, including changes to music which are still prevalent today. Myth 2: The Black Panthers


For Further Reading (Exhibit Page)

From Exhibit: 1960s and Youth Culture

…General: Ward, Brian. The 1960s: A Documentary Reader. Chichester, U.K: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. Print. The War at Home and Abroad: Bloom, Joshua and Waldo E. Martin, Jr. Black Against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther Party…


War at Home & Abroad (Exhibit Page)

From Exhibit: 1960s and Youth Culture

…chaos that defined this time period [Figure 1, Figure 4]. The Black Panther newspaper clippings [Figure 3] highlight poverty and discrimination facing African Americans, while the political cartoons reflect common attitudes toward student movements…


Nonviolent Activism (Exhibit Page)

From Exhibit: 1960s and Youth Culture

…The Black Panther Party, while commonly portrayed as the militant side of the Civil Rights movement, participated in numerous nonviolent activities designed to help African Americans achieve equality. These included a “free breakfast for children…


Post 1950 (Exhibit Page)

…Tre Pannell The Role of the Women Panthers Women played a major role in the Black Panthers organization and movement. When the Black Panther’s formed in 1966 to end police brutality amongst the Black people and their neighborhoods, many…


Case Study: BGSU Student Protests (Exhibit Page)

…with other student groups. For example, the BSU organized a series of events for Black Culture Week from January 18-24, 1970 [Figure 4], as well as hosted a film screening of Panther in 1985 [Figure 5]. In 2008, BGSU's Center for Multicultural and Academic…


Political Activism (Exhibit Page)

Black Panther Party The Black Panther Party is one of the biggest examples of black political activism during the civil rights era. This organization was founded by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. They founded this party after the assassination…


Walls and Black Boards (Exhibit Page)

…Walls and Black Boards…

…The walls were occupied mainly by black boards and windows, but these were not the only things to be placed on the walls. The spacing of the black board and windows allowed for the walls to be used as a technology for literacy instruction. Windows…


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