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Race, Culture, and the Revolt of the Black Athlete: The 1968 Olympic Protests and Their Aftermath. Douglas Hartmann. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2003.
Huey Newton Speaks. In this 1970 interview recorded in his prison cell, Newton, one of the founding members of the Black Panther Party, explains his views on many social and political issues of the time. Rutgers-restricted Access
All Power to The People!. Award-winning documentary looks at the rise and fall of the Black Panthers. Rutgers-restricted Resources
The full text of approximately 100,000 pages of non-fiction writing by leading figures in African American life and culture. Includes books, articles and essays, speeches, interviews, pamphlets and correspondence. Includes 135 items relating to the Black Panther Party, as well as the complete run of the Black Panther newspaper, 1966 through 1980. Rutgers-restricted Access
The Chicago Defender was the most influential African-American newspaper of the 20th century. With the majority of its readership outside the Chicago region, it served as the de facto national black newspaper in the U.S. Search and display the full text of articles published between 1910 and 1975.