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Black Panther Party

Getting Started

Each of the tabs of above is an important resource for finding (mostly) primary sources on the Black Panthers. Depending upon the aspect of the party that you're interested in, there are probably other resources as well. For a full list of RU Libraries databases for primary sources in American History, see the History- North America research guide.

If you have any questions or suggested additions to this guide, click the Email to the right.

American History Librarian

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Tom Glynn
Alexander Library
Rutgers University
169 College Ave.
New Brunswick, NJ
(848) 932-6105

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