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|Creator:||Young Socialist Alliance|
|Creator:||Socialist Workers Party|
|Title:||Defend the Black Panthers|
Announces: "Hear -- Representative of the Seattle Black Panther Party, Friday, May 22, 8 PM, Militant Forum, 5257 University Way NE."
Background information: "Conflicts between Black Panthers and police in the late 1960s and early '70s led to shoot-outs in California, New York, and Chicago, one of which resulted in Newton's going to prison for the murder of a patrolman. While some members of the party were guilty of criminal acts, the group was subjected to police harassment that sometimes took the form of violent attacks, prompting congressional investigations of police activities in dealing with the Panthers." (Black Panther Party. Encyclopaedia Britannica. Retrieved May 4, 2004, from Encyclopaedia Britannica Online. http://www.search.eb.com/eb/article?eu=15701 )
Note on date: 1970 is penciled on document.
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|Subjects:||Civil rights--Washington (State)--Seattle | Racism--Washington (State)--Seattle | Black Panther Party | Young Socialist Alliance (U.S.) | Socialist Workers Party | Seattle (Wash.) | King County (Wash.)|
|Collection:||Institution:||University of Washington's Libraries||Contributors:||Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection (University of Washington. Libraries) | University of Washington. Libraries. Special Collections Division | University of Washington. Libraries. Digital Initiatives||Online Publisher:||[Seattle, Wash.] : University of Washington Digital Initiatives | 2003/2004||Original Material:|
27.5 x 21.5 cm
Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection, Box 5/2. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division.
Forms part of the Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection
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