PANTHER TRIAL: NEWTON & PANTHERS GIVE BLACK PANTHER SALUTE
ORIG. COLOR 250' SOF / MAG. CUT STORY: HUEY NEWTON OF PANTHERS WALKS TO COURT HOUSE GIVING PANTHER SALUTE. BRANNIGAN SU. VS PANTHER SYMPATHIZERS OUTSIDE COURTHOUSE. MORE OF NEWTON ARRIVAL. CI: GEOGRAPHIC: CONN, NEW HAVEN JUSTICE: TRIALS: BLACK PANTHERS. ORGANIZATIONS: BLACK PANTHERS. PERSONALITIES: NEWTON, HUEY.
Black Panther rally with police force in riot gear. California 1969
Clip from a compilation of scenes documenting the Black Panther Party in 1969. Black Panther Party members protest with Black Power Fist salute. Features illustrations by revolutionary artist Emory Douglas. Contains strong language in the voice over.
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ELDRIDGE CLEAVER FUNERAL (05/09/1998)
A clenched right fist, the salute and symbol of "Black Power" won't be held quite as high any more. Eldridge Cleaver, one of the most vocal and important leaders of the Black Panthers, passed away earlier this month at the age of 62. Cleaver eventually broke away from the radical group and became a born again Christian and joined the Republican Party. One of the speakers at the funeral today said that Cleaver "wanted to include, not exclude." In one of the more moving parts of the ceremony, a self proclaimed "redneck" said that he was on the verge of suicide in 19-76. Until he saw Cleaver talking about his conversion to Christianity on a talk show. Cleaver spent the last years of his life focusing his immense energy on environmental issues.
Crowd in front of Federal Building, Black Panther Party protest, signs with Huey Newton on them. sign, “Bobby Hutton Murdered by Oakland Pigs”. Kathleen Cleaver gives a speech. Black panthers plastering posters and distributing flyers on the streets. Police force asserting presence at protest. Black Power salute. Two black panthers in front of a party sign, one with gun and ammunition. Black Panthers breakfast program; kids eating breakfast.
GEORGE JACKSON'S FUNERAL - 15 - 1970s
As Black Panther George Jackson's hearse drives slowly down the street, supporters raise their fists in the air, giving the "black power" salute.
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BLACK PANTHER PARTY - PART ONE
1968 Black Panthers
b&w documentary - sound - Black Panthers - man walks on street, police on motorcycle, African-American men hang out on street and in storefront office, Panthers in formation, march with flags, black power salute, speakers on platform including Angela Davis - Bobby Hutton Memorial Park, Oakland, California - Civil Rights
View of residential areas in Oakland, California. Black Panther demonstration. Voiceover of demands of Black Panther party
Narrator speaks on 'why black Americans should fight for their rights' and presents a list of demands of the Black Panther Party in the United States. View of residential areas in Oakland, California. Vehicular traffic on streets. African American children playing in a park. Black Panther Party members give the 'black power' salute and carry banners reading 'Free Huey' as they demonstrate outside the Alameda County Court House. White policemen on motorcycles and on guard. Black Panther Party's posters. Location: Oakland California USA. Date: 1968.
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CIVIL RIGHTS
JONATHAN JACKSON FUNERAL: NEWTON BLACK PANTHER SALUTE
ORIG. COLOR 150'SOF / MAG. VS OF THE BLACK PEOPLE OF PASADENA GATHERED IN FRONT OF CHURCH WHERE THE FUNERAL OF 17 YR. OLD JONATHAN JACKSON IS BEING HELD. HE WAS KILLED IN THE COURT-ROOM SHOOT OUT INTO WHICH HE SMUGGLED GUNS IN AN ATTEMPT TO FREE FELLOW BLACK PANTHERS. VS OF CROWD. ALL GIVE CLENCHED BLACK PANTHER FIST SALUTE AS HUEY NEWTON LEAVES THE CHURCH. CI: GEOGRAPHIC: CALIF. , OAKLAND. ORGANIZATIONS: BLACK PANTHERS. FUNERALS: JONATHAN JACKSON. PERSONALITIES: NEWTON, HUEY. PERSONALITIES: JACKSON, JONATHAN.
COMMUNISM & RUSSIA
VARIOUS VIEWS ANGELA DAVIS, MEMBER OF COMMUNIST PARTY USA AND AFFILIATE OF THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY. WITH 1970S AFRO HAIRCUT. AUDIENCE IN THE GRAND KREMLIN PALACE IN MOSCOW STAND AND CHEER, WAVING RAISED CLOSED FIST (BLACK POWER SALUTE). ANGELA AT DAIS STANDS AND SALUTES WITH POWER FIST ALONG WITH OTHERS ON DAIS. MALE FEMALE SPEAKERS ON PODIUM ADDRESS YOUNG FEMALE AUDIENCE. PEOPLE IN AUDIENCE CARRY PLACARDS WITH PHOTO OF ANGELA DAVIS. WELL DRESSED ANGELA DAVIS WITH HAIR COMBED BACK, SPEAKS FROM DAIS. CU ANGELA DAVIS SPEAKING.
GEORGE JACKSON'S FUNERAL - 17 - 1970s
Good CU of crowd giving the "black power" salute outside St. Augustine's church, where the funeral of Black Panther George Jackson is held circa August 1971.
GEORGE JACKSON'S FUNERAL - 19 - 1970s
A crowd gives the "black power" salute outside St. Augustine's church, where the funeral of Black Panther George Jackson is held circa August 1971.
8/29/71 C0025537 / COLOR VIDEOSOURCE REEL BLACK PANTHERS 1
8/29/71 C0025537 / COLOR VIDEOSOURCE REEL BLACK PANTHERS 1 OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA: GEORGE JACKSON FUNERAL: UNCUT "JACKSON FUNERAL" SHOWS: MS BLACK PANTHER BANNER HANGING FROM ABOVE DOORWAY TO CHURCH: PEOPLE GATHERED AROUND OUTSIDE CHURCH: REAR SHOT OF HEARSE: MCU BLACK MAN TALKING & LISTENING TO HIS WALKIE TALKIE: MORE SHOTS OF CROWDS, MOSTLY BLACK: LIMOUSINE PULLS UP TO CHURCH: SHOTS OF PEOPLE WALKING INTO CHURCH: MORE SHOTS LARGE CROWDS OUTSIDE LISTENING TO EULOGY COMING FROM SPEAKERS MOUNTED ON CHURCH: CROWDS HOLDING UP HANDS IN BLACK POWER SALUTE: SHOT OF COFFIN PUT INTO HEARSE: SHOTS OF PEOPLE WALKING AWAY FROM HEARSE: REAR SHOT OF HEARSE, PEOPLE WATCHING: (SHOT RECENTLY 400FT) BLACK PANTHERS FUNERALS - CALIFORNIA JAIL BREAKS & RIOTS - CALIFORNIA - SAN QUENTIN JACKSON, GEORGE - FUNERAL CALIFORNIA - OAKLAND BLACK POWER (SALUTE) REIZNER / 400 FT / 16 COL / POS /
Black Panther Party members sing and chant slogans Alameda County Court House in Oakland California.
Black Panther Party members sing and chant "No more brothers in jail" and "No more Pigs in our community" outside the Alameda County Court House building in Oakland California. Members join in chorus. Helmeted police officers come out of the courthouse and take up defensive positions backed against a granite arrives to maintain law and order. Singer chant "The revolution has come, time to pick up the guns." African American man speaks in his office for the rights of black Americans. Black panther party members march, saluting the 'black power' fist salute as they march. Black Panther members gather together with Peace and Freedom Party members (Peace and Freedom party) to talk about civil rights and government, and to demonstrate together for release of Black Panther leader Huey Newton. "Free Huey" signs seen. Black Panther members and hippies talking. Book titled 'Venceremos' by Che Guevara is shown leaning on window beside speaker. Location: Oakland California USA. Date: 1968.
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TWENTY FIVE YEARS AGO - Rl 4
08/16/70 C0012616 / COLOR OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA: MILITANTS' FUNERAL:
08/16/70 C0012616 / COLOR OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA: MILITANTS' FUNERAL: NXC 43493 "MILITANTS' FUNERAL" SHOWS: CHURCH EXT & PEOPLE OUTSIDE: HEARSE AND LIMOUSINE OUTSIDE CHURCH: PEOPLE ARRIVING: SHOT OF CASKET BEING CARRIED INSIDE CHURCH: BLACK PANTHERS GIVING SALUTE: BLACK PANTHERS INSIDE STANDING: SHOTS OF CASKET BEING BROUGHT OUTSIDE: MS BLACK PANTHER STANDING & SALUTING: SPECTATORS SALUTING AS CARS LEAVE: CROWD LOOKING ON: (SHOT 8/15/70 42FT) BLACK PANTHERS CALIFORNIA - OAKLAND FUNERALS - CALIFORNIA - OAKLAND KILLINGS - CALIFORNIA - SAN RAFAEL HALEY, HAROLD - CASE JACKSON, JONATHAN P - FUNERAL CHRISTMAS, WILLIAM A - FUNERAL XX / 42 FT / 16 COL / POS / 120 FT / 16 COL / POS / CUTS
GEORGE JACKSON'S FUNERAL - 23 - 1970s
A crowd gathers outside Oakland's St. Augustine's church for the funeral of Black Panther George Jackson circa August 1971. Good shot of "Black Power" salute.
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WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE AND LIBERATION - PART ONE
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09/25/69 C0008150 / COLOR CHICAGO: CONSPIRACY TRIAL:
09/25/69 C0008150 / COLOR CHICAGO: CONSPIRACY TRIAL: UNCUT "CONSPIRACY TRIAL" SHOWS: SHOTS OF A BLACK MAN SPEAKING TO A CROWD HE SWEARS A LOT ON THE TRIALS OF THE CHICAGO 8: SHOTS OF CROWD AND THE END OF HIS SPEECH THEY GIVE THE BLACK PANTHER SALUTE: (SHOT RECENTLY 130FT) TRIALS - ILLINOIS - CHICAGO ILLINOIS - CHICAGO BLACK PANTHERS BLACK POWER (SALUTE) XX / 130 FT / 16 COL / POS / R34013
GEORGE JACKSON'S FUNERAL - 24 - 1970s
A crowd gathers outside Oakland's St. Augustine's church for the funeral of Black Panther George Jackson circa August 1971. Good shot of "Black Power" salute.
GEORGE JACKSON'S FUNERAL - 3 - 1970s
Zoom out from multi-racial crowd gathered for Black Panther George Jackson's funeral to his hearse passing by circa 1971.
US Panthers 2 - Former party members gather after 40 years, adds FILE
NAME: US BLACK PA 2 20061016I TAPE: EF06/0963 IN_TIME: 10:48:57:03 DURATION: 00:01:19:24 SOURCES: AP/AP Photos DATELINE: Oakland, 15 Oct 2006/FILE RESTRICTIONS: see script SHOTLIST: AP Television Oakland, California 1. Demonstrators outside Alameda County Courthouse 2. Tight shot demonstrators 3. Photographer taking picture of demonstrators 4. Demonstrators holding out clenched fist in salute 5. Close up of T shirt with picture entitled (English) 'Falllen soldiers, never forgotten.' 6. Wide shot of demonstrators 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mel Mason, Former Black Panther Member: ''We're here today to say that while the organisation was destroyed, we as panthers were not destroyed.'' 8. Demonstrators holding clenched fist and SIGN with black panther and the words (English) 'Free Huey.' 9. Woman holding clenched fist 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mel Mason, Former Black Panther Member: ''We feel that we set an example for how masses of people in this country who are exploited by the system need to struggle in order to overcome this system.'' 11. Close up of T shirt showing black panther and the words (English) 'I was there.' 12. Tight shot men holding clenched fists AP Photos - No Access Canada/Internet No date or location Date Unknown - San Francisco, California 13. STILL pull out of Black Panther members December 4, 1969 - Chicago, Illinois 14. STILL pull out of police carrying stretcher with dead member of Black Panthers who was killed during police raid AP Archive September 5, 1968 - New York City, New York 15. Press and Black Panther members outside unidentified building 16. Black Panther Members 17. Various of protestors demonstrating against police brutality STORYLINE: This month marks the 40th anniversary of the the Black Panthers, which formed during the U.S. civil rights movement of the 1960s. They were founded on 22 October 1966, the night that founder members Bobby Seale and Huey Newton completed the party's ten-point program and platform for social change. This weekend, former Panthers gathered in Oakland, California, to see old friends and recall their time together. Although the Black Panthers were remembered for the guns they toted and the sometimes deadly fights they got into with police, the ex-members say the group was about much more than that. According to Mel Mason, the Panthers set an example for how exploited masses needed to struggle to fight the system. The Panthers disbanded 16 years after their founding.