The Black Panther Party was founded by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968.
It is the most well-known militant civil rights organization in the United States.
The party’s goals included ending racial segregation and establishing a black majority in the U.S.
In 1972, the Black Panther party moved to Oakland, Calif., where it remained for the next eight years.
During that time, it gained notoriety for violent and often racist tactics.
It was also known for a highly politicized history of the Black liberation movement, a movement that included a number of Black leaders.
The movement was also heavily influenced by radical and militant groups such as the Black Liberation Army, the Weather Underground and the Nation of Islam.
The Panthers’ political philosophy was a mixture of anti-colonialism, militant nationalism and radical socialism.
It also had a strong emphasis on the need for a new economic and political system based on a black-owned, state-run economy.
While the Black Party had its roots in the Black Nationalist Party, which was formed in 1968, its leaders were inspired by other organizations.
In 1973, the Nation wrote an article entitled “The Panthers: The Black Panthers.”
In it, the group’s founder, Huey Newton, said: “The Negro people are a people, and we are the people, the white man is a tool of oppression.”
The group’s founding principles include ending racial and economic segregation in the South.
Its main goal was to end poverty, but also sought to end racism.
Its leader was Huey P. Newton, who later became a Black Panther and became a leader of the Panthers.
The Black Panther leader’s manifesto, published in 1972, outlined a program of civil rights for the black people, a goal the group later called “a goal that will take us far beyond this century.”
But while many of the goals outlined in that document were attainable, the black community did not see those goals as attainable.
The Black Liberation movement began in 1965, and it has seen its share of violence and bloodshed.
A decade after the Black Power movement began, riots broke out in the Detroit, Michigan, suburbs in response to a police killing of a black man.
The riots began as a demonstration of support for the Black Struggle for Black Liberation.
A year later, the police murdered James Brown, an unarmed black man, and in 1966, the riots ended.
In 1969, riots erupted in Washington, D.C., when the Rev. Dr. King was shot and killed by a white police officer.
In 1974, a group of young black men and women staged a sit-in in the George Washington Bridge in Washington.
The sit-ins, which lasted about three hours, were peaceful and eventually ended when the police moved in.
The protest was part of the Civil Rights Movement, which began in the 1960s.
In 1977, a number to a black teen who was killed by the police was shot dead by the officers.
The killing was a controversial case, with the city’s police chief saying the teen had been “targeted” and that the shooting had been justified.
A black police officer in Chicago was acquitted of the killing of an unarmed Black man, Walter Scott, in 2011.
In 2015, another white officer was acquitted in the death of Michael Brown, a young black man who was shot by police in Ferguson, Missouri.
In 2017, a white man was acquitted after a jury found the officers used excessive force in the shooting death of Walter Scott.
The Panthers and other organizations, including the Black Lives Matter movement, also began to grow.
In the early 2000s, the movement’s focus on police brutality and the murder of African-Americans by the U,S.
military also caught the attention of the media.
The group that would eventually become the Black Resistance Movement grew in popularity in the late 1990s, when a black woman named Leona Carter accused the police of harassing her.
The charges were eventually dropped.
The rise of Black Lives Matters, which focuses on policing, has been a point of contention in the recent election.
Trump’s controversial response to the deaths of Michael and Eric Garner in New York and Eric Harris in Texas, who were killed by police, have been criticized as racist.
Ahead of the presidential election, Trump has called for the reinstatement of the death penalty in cases involving police killings, and the Black Freedom Movement has called on the Republican party to support the repeal of the 1996 Crime Bill.
In an interview with ABC News last week, Trump said the party is going to have to work hard to keep people safe, but he also acknowledged that the country needs to be more proactive on police violence and said he would like to see a review of the country’s policies on racial profiling and police brutality.
Trump has made it clear that he does not want to see any change to police departments.
In a June speech at a