San Francisco Artist, Former Black Panther, Influenced Civil Rights Movement for GenerationsSix decades on, the art of Emory Douglas, once known as the "Minister of Culture" for the Black Panthers is back in focus following recent social justice protests.
Oakland To Pay $1M In Fees To Ex-Black Panther Leader Punched By CouncilwomanA judge is ordering the city of Oakland to pay about $1 million in attorneys' fees to a former leader of the Black Panthers who was injured after a councilwoman punched and pushed her.
Black Panthers Look Back At Party's FoundingThe Black Panthers emerged from Oakland 50 years ago, declaring to a nation in turmoil a new party dedicated to defending African-Americans against police brutality.
New Exhibit Celebrates History Of Black PanthersLong before the Black Lives Matter movement, the Black Panther Party was fighting to end police brutality in the Bay Area.
Black Panther Members Announce 50th Anniversary CommemorationLeaders of a radical group formed in Oakland 50 years ago, which the federal government once tried to wipe out, announced their 50th anniversary commemoration today beside local officials.
Group Upset Over Beyonce Super Bowl 50 Halftime Doesn't Show At ProtestAbout three dozen pro-Beyonce demonstrators gathered on the sidewalk outside NFL Headquarters, but no one showed up for the anti-Beyonce protest.
Ex-Black Panther Leader Files Complaint Against Oakland Councilwoman Over Alleged Assault At RestaurantFormer Black Panther Party leader Elaine Brown has filed a claim against the City of Oakland alleging that she was assaulted last month by Councilwoman Desley Brooks at a restaurant in downtown Oakland.
Notorious Member Of 'San Quentin 6' Killed In New Folsom Prison RiotAn inmate involved in a bloody 1971 San Quentin escape attempt that left six dead has been killed by a fellow prisoner, corrections officials said Wednesday.