THE BLACK PANTHER Black Community News Service | Vol. IV, No. 30 | June, 1970 | ‘ONE OF THE RACISTS HAD A CAR JACK IN HIS HAND AND SWUNG IT AT MRS. KATIE WITH A DEATH SWING, BUT HER SON, 14 YEAR OLD WILLIAM BROWN, STEPPED COURAGEOUSLY IN FRONT OF HIS MOTHER AND RECEIVED THE BLOW JUST ABOVE THE TEMPLE WHICH COULD HAVE VERY EASILY KILLED WILLIAM BROWN….’
#7: WE WANT AN IMMEDIATE END TO POLICE BRUTALITY AND MURDER OF BLACK PEOPLE.
[i’ve posted these scans since i’ve first had my tumblr. a question was once asked why i don’t source them. these are original scans from a past workplace, where we handled the original newsletters. there is no link. i’ve photoshopped only to slightly sharpen, to fix alignment from a sloppy scan, and to remove the ID number my workplace used. i don’t watermark them or do anything egoistic with them because they are not “mine,” they are all of ours, and i think the history of the african american struggle for life and rights in the USA, and within that, the history of the BPP, is very important to know about and remember for a few reasons. so i share it willingly. i’ll post more scans, but won’t post this notice again for a while.]

THE BLACK PANTHER Black Community News Service | Vol. IV, No. 30 | June, 1970 | ‘ONE OF THE RACISTS HAD A CAR JACK IN HIS HAND AND SWUNG IT AT MRS. KATIE WITH A DEATH SWING, BUT HER SON, 14 YEAR OLD WILLIAM BROWN, STEPPED COURAGEOUSLY IN FRONT OF HIS MOTHER AND RECEIVED THE BLOW JUST ABOVE THE TEMPLE WHICH COULD HAVE VERY EASILY KILLED WILLIAM BROWN….’

#7: WE WANT AN IMMEDIATE END TO POLICE BRUTALITY AND MURDER OF BLACK PEOPLE.

[i’ve posted these scans since i’ve first had my tumblr. a question was once asked why i don’t source them. these are original scans from a past workplace, where we handled the original newsletters. there is no link. i’ve photoshopped only to slightly sharpen, to fix alignment from a sloppy scan, and to remove the ID number my workplace used. i don’t watermark them or do anything egoistic with them because they are not “mine,” they are all of ours, and i think the history of the african american struggle for life and rights in the USA, and within that, the history of the BPP, is very important to know about and remember for a few reasons. so i share it willingly. i’ll post more scans, but won’t post this notice again for a while.]

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