Black panthers intemidating voters
Armed Black Panthers blocked a doorway to a polling location to intimidate voters in Philadelphia, Pa., according to Republican poll observers.
After he saw a Black Panther brandishing a nightstick to threaten voters, a poll watcher called police.
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In October of 1966, in Oakland California, Huey Newton and Bobby Seale founded the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. history to militantly struggle for ethnic minority and working class emancipation — a party whose agenda was the revolutionary establishment of The practices of the late Malcolm X were deeply rooted in the theoretical foundations of the Black Panther Party.
He told them, "I think it might be a little intimidating that you have a stick in your hand." He continued, "I am a concerned citizen, and I'm just worried that …" "So are we, and that's why we're here," the Black Panther with the nightstick interrupted.
Officers escorted the man with the nightstick away from the polling location, but the other person in Black Panther gear is a poll watcher. Minister Najee Muhammad, national field marshal for the New Black Panther Party, told a crowd Nov.
The Panthers practiced militant self-defense of minority communities against the U. government, and fought to establish revolutionary socialism through mass organizing and community based programs. Malcolm had represented both a militant revolutionary, with the dignity and self-respect to stand up and fight to win equality for all oppressed minorities; while also being an outstanding role model, someone who sought to bring about positive social services; something the Black Panthers would take to new heights.