Die militante Gruppierung „Black Panther Party“ kämpft in den er-Jahren in den USA für Gleichberechtigung. Arte beschäftigt sich mit der. Kritisiert, bewundert und gefürchtet: Die Black Panther Party, gegründet im Kalifornien des Jahres , sagte Rassismus und Unterdrückung. Eine ARTE-Doku blickt hinter die Kulissen der Black Panther Party, die in den Sechziger und Siebziger Jahren in den USA zum Sprachrohr der.
Black Panthers "Black Panthers": Wie eine militante Gruppierung zum Sprachrohr der Schwarzen wurde
Die Black Panther Party war eine sozialistische revolutionäre Bewegung des „schwarzen Nationalismus“ in den USA. Besonders aktiv war die im Oktober von Huey P. Newton und Bobby Seale mit Hilfe von David Hilliard und Richard Aoki gegründete. Die Black Panther Party (BPP; ursprünglich Black Panther Party for Self-Defense) war eine sozialistische revolutionäre Bewegung des „schwarzen. Die Black Panther Party war eine der wichtigsten Schwarzen Organisationen der Bürgerrechtsära in den USA. Eine Doku schildert jetzt ihre. Bürgerrechtsbewegung in den USA Die Wut der schwarzen Panther. Am Oktober wurden in Kalifornien die Black Panthers gegründet. Kritisiert, bewundert und gefürchtet: Die Black Panther Party, gegründet im Kalifornien des Jahres , sagte Rassismus und Unterdrückung. Eine ARTE-Doku blickt hinter die Kulissen der Black Panther Party, die in den Sechziger und Siebziger Jahren in den USA zum Sprachrohr der. Die militante Gruppierung „Black Panther Party“ kämpft in den er-Jahren in den USA für Gleichberechtigung. Arte beschäftigt sich mit der.
Bürgerrechtsbewegung in den USA Die Wut der schwarzen Panther. Am Oktober wurden in Kalifornien die Black Panthers gegründet. Die militante Gruppierung „Black Panther Party“ kämpft in den er-Jahren in den USA für Gleichberechtigung. Arte beschäftigt sich mit der. Kritisiert, bewundert und gefürchtet: Die Black Panther Party, gegründet im Kalifornien des Jahres , sagte Rassismus und Unterdrückung.
The sweeping migration transformed the Bay Area as well as cities throughout the West and North , altering the once white-dominated demographics. As the wartime and post-war jobs which drew much of the black migration "fled to the suburbs along with white residents", the black population was concentrated in poor "urban ghettos" with high unemployment and substandard housing, and was mostly excluded from political representation, top universities, and the middle class.
Civil rights tactics proved incapable of redressing these conditions, and the organizations that had "led much of the nonviolent civil disobedience", such as SNCC and CORE , went into decline.
In late October , Huey P. In formulating a new politics, they drew on their work with a variety of Black Power organizations.
Dissatisfied with the failure of these organizations to directly challenge police brutality and appeal to the "brothers on the block", Huey and Bobby took matters into their own hands.
After the police killed Matthew Johnson, an unarmed young black man in San Francisco, Newton observed the violent insurrection that followed.
He had an epiphany that would distinguish the Black Panther Party from the multitude of Black Power organizations.
Newton saw the explosive rebellious anger of the ghetto as a social force, and believed that if he could stand up to the police, he could organize that force into political power.
Inspired by Robert F. Like the Community Alert Patrol in Los Angeles after the Watts Rebellion , he decided to organize patrols to follow the police around to monitor for incidents of brutality.
But with a crucial difference: his patrols would carry loaded guns. According to Bobby Seale, they would "sell the books, make the money, buy the guns, and go on the streets with the guns.
We'll protect a mother, protect a brother, and protect the community from the racist cops. The initial tactic of the party utilized contemporary open-carry gun laws to protect Party members when policing the police.
This act was done in order to record incidents of police brutality by distantly following police cars around neighborhoods.
The Black Panther Party's focus on militancy was often construed as open hostility,   feeding a reputation of violence even though early efforts by the Panthers focused primarily on promoting social issues and the exercise of their legal right to carry arms.
The Panthers employed a California law that permitted carrying a loaded rifle or shotgun as long as it was publicly displayed and pointed at no one.
For example, chants like "The Revolution has come, it's time to pick up the gun. Off the pigs! The black community of Richmond, California , wanted protection against police brutality.
On May 2, , the California State Assembly Committee on Criminal Procedure was scheduled to convene to discuss what was known as the " Mulford Act ", which would make the public carrying of loaded firearms illegal.
Newton, with Minister of Information Eldridge Cleaver , put together a plan to send a group of 26 armed Panthers led by Seale from Oakland to Sacramento to protest the bill.
The group entered the assembly carrying their weapons, an incident which was widely publicized, and which prompted police to arrest Seale and five others.
The group pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of disrupting a legislative session. In May , the Panthers invaded the State Assembly Chamber in Sacramento , guns in hand, in what appears to have been a publicity stunt.
Still, they scared a lot of important people that day. At the time, the Panthers had almost no following. Now, a year later however, their leaders speak on invitation almost anywhere radicals gather, and many whites wear "Honkeys for Huey " buttons, supporting the fight to free Newton, who has been in jail since last Oct.
Edgar Hoover described the Black Panthers as "the greatest threat to the internal security of the country". Martin Luther King Jr. One such attempt was to "intensify the degree of animosity" between the Black Panthers and the Blackstone Rangers , a Chicago street gang.
The FBI sent an anonymous letter to the Rangers' gang leader claiming that the Panthers were threatening his life, a letter whose intent was to provoke "preemptive" violence against Panther leadership.
In Southern California, the FBI made similar efforts to exacerbate a "gang war" between the Black Panther Party and a black nationalist group called the US Organization , allegedly sending a provocative letter to the US Organization to increase existing antagonism.
The success of Free Breakfast served to "shed light on the government's failure to address child poverty and hunger—pointing to the limits of the nation's War on Poverty".
Newton during a traffic stop in which Newton and backup officer Herbert Heanes also suffered gunshot wounds. Newton was convicted of voluntary manslaughter at trial, but the conviction was later overturned.
In his book Shadow of the Panther , writer Hugh Pearson alleges that Newton was intoxicated in the hours before the incident, and claimed to have willfully killed John Frey.
At the time, Newton claimed that he had been falsely accused, leading to the Party's "Free Huey! The police killing gained the party even wider recognition by the radical American left.
As Newton awaited trial, the "Free Huey" campaign developed alliances with numerous students and anti-war activists, "advancing an anti-imperialist political ideology that linked the oppression of antiwar protestors to the oppression of blacks and Vietnamese".
Carter was the leader of the Slauson street gang, and many of the LA chapter's early recruits were Slausons.
At the age of three, he and his family moved to Oakland, California after being harassed by racist vigilante groups associated with the Ku Klux Klan.
In December , he became the first treasurer and recruit of the Black Panther Party at the age of just 16 years old. He became the first member of the party to be killed by police.
On April 6, , two days after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The group confronted Oakland Police officers, then fled to an apartment building where they engaged in a minute gun battle with the police.
The standoff ended with Cleaver wounded and Hutton voluntarily surrendering. According to Cleaver, although Hutton had stripped down to his underwear and had his hands raised in the air to prove that he was unarmed, Oakland Police shot Hutton more than 12 times, killing him.
Two police officers were also shot. Although at the time the BPP claimed that the police had ambushed them, several party members later admitted that Cleaver had led the Panther group on a deliberate ambush of the police officers, provoking the shoot-out.
Hutton's death became a rallying issue for Panther supporters. In , the group shortened its name to the Black Panther Party and sought to focus directly on political action.
Members were encouraged to carry guns and to defend themselves against violence. An influx of college students joined the group, which had consisted chiefly of "brothers off the block".
This created some tension in the group. Some members were more interested in supporting the Panthers' social programs, while others wanted to maintain their "street mentality".
By , the Party had expanded into many U. Peak membership was near 5, by , and their newspaper , under the editorial leadership of Eldridge Cleaver , had a circulation of , Curtis Austin states that by late , Black Panther ideology had evolved from black nationalism to become more a "revolutionary internationalist movement":.
Its emphasis on Marxist—Leninist doctrine and its repeated espousal of Maoist statements signaled the group's transition from a revolutionary nationalist to a revolutionary internationalist movement.
Every Party member had to study Mao Tse-tung's "Little Red Book" to advance his or her knowledge of peoples' struggle and the revolutionary process.
Panther slogans and iconography spread. She actually ended up informally adopting the daughter of two Black Panther members, Mary Luana Williams.
Fonda and other Hollywood celebrities became involved in the Panthers' leftist programs. The Panthers attracted a wide variety of left-wing revolutionaries and political activists, including writer Jean Genet , former Ramparts magazine editor David Horowitz who later became a major critic of what he describes as Panther criminality [ citation needed ] and left-wing lawyer Charles R.
Garry , who acted as counsel in the Panthers' many legal battles. The BPP adopted a "Serve the People" program, which at first involved a free breakfast program for children.
By the end of , the BPP had established 38 chapters and branches, claiming more than five thousand members.
Eldridge and Kathleen Cleaver left the country days before Cleaver was to turn himself in to serve the remainder of a thirteen-year sentence for a rape conviction.
They settled in Algeria. By the end of the year, party membership peaked at around 2, Bobby Seale . FBI director J. Edgar Hoover .
Inspired by Mao Zedong 's advice to revolutionaries in The Little Red Book , Newton called on the Panthers to "serve the people" and to make "survival programs" a priority within its branches.
The most famous of their programs was the Free Breakfast for Children Program , initially run out of an Oakland church.
The Free Breakfast For Children program was especially significant because it served as a space for educating youth about the current condition of the Black community, and the actions that the Party was taking to address that condition.
The breakfast program became so popular that the Panthers Party claimed to have fed twenty thousand children in the —69 school year.
Other survival programs  were free services such as clothing distribution, classes on politics and economics, free medical clinics, lessons on self-defense and first aid, transportation to upstate prisons for family members of inmates, an emergency-response ambulance program, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, and testing for sickle-cell disease.
These clinics were involved in community-based health care that had roots connected to the Civil Rights Movement, which made it possible to establish the Medical Committee for Human Rights.
Violent conflict between the Panther chapter in LA and the US Organization , a black nationalist group, resulted in shootings and beatings, and led to the murders of at least four Black Panther Party members.
Another shootout between the two groups on March 17 led to further injuries. Two more Panthers died. Paramount to their beliefs regarding the need for individual agency in order to catalyze community change, the Black Panther Party BPP strongly supported the education of the masses.
As part of their Ten-Point Program which set forth the ideals and goals of the party, they demanded an equitable education for all black people.
Number 5 of the "What We Want Now! We want education that teaches us our true history and our role in the present day society. The first Liberation School was opened by the Richmond Black Panthers in July with brunch served and snacks provided to students.
Another school was opened in Mt. Vernon New York on July 17 of the subsequent year. This number grew to fifty by the — school year. In order to provide full support for Black Panther parents whose time was spent organizing, some of the students and faculty members lived together year around.
The school itself was dissimilar to traditional schools in a variety of ways including the fact that students were separated by academic performance rather than age and students were often provided one on one support as the faculty to student ratio was The Panther's goal in opening Liberation Schools, and specifically the Intercommunal Youth Institute, was to provide students with an education that wasn't being provided in the "white" schools,  as the public schools in the district employed a eurocentric assimilationist curriculum with little to no attention to black history and culture.
While students were provided with traditional courses such as English, Math, and Science, they were also exposed to activities focused on class structure and the prevalence of institutional racism.
One of them being critical thinking—that children should learn not what to think but how to think And it was In , due to increased interest in enrolling in the school, school officials decided to move to a larger facility and subsequently changed the school's name to Oakland Community School.
During this year, the school graduated its first class. The school eventually closed in due to governmental pressure on party leadership which caused insufficient membership and funds to continue running the school.
The raid had been orchestrated by the police in conjunction with the FBI. Hampton was shot and killed, as was Panther guard Mark Clark.
A federal investigation reported that only one shot was fired by the Panthers, and police fired at least 80 shots. Coroner reports show that Hampton was drugged with a powerful barbiturate that night, and would have been unable to have been awoken by the sounds of the police raid.
He was 21 years old and unarmed at the time of his death. Seven other Panthers sleeping at the house at the time of the raid were then beaten and seriously wounded, then arrested under charges of aggravated assault and attempted murder of the officers involved in the raid.
These charges would later be dropped. Cook County State's Attorney Edward Hanrahan announced to the media later that the Panthers were first to shoot in the interaction and that they showed a "refusal to cease firing Hanrahan, his assistant and eight Chicago police officers were indicted by a federal grand jury over the raid, but the charges were later dismissed.
In May , three members of the New Haven chapter tortured and murdered Alex Rackley , a year-old member of the New York chapter, because they suspected him of being a police informant.
Sams, who gave the order to shoot Rackley at the murder scene, turned state's evidence and testified that he had received orders personally from Bobby Seale to carry out the execution.
Party supporters responded that Sams was himself the informant and an agent provocateur employed by the FBI.
Kimbro and Sams were convicted of the murder, but the trials of Seale and Ericka Huggins ended with a hung jury, and the prosecution chose not to seek another trial.
Activists from many countries around the globe supported the Panthers and their cause. In Scandinavian countries such as Norway and Finland, for example, left-wing activists organized a tour for Bobby Seale and Masai Hewitt in At each destination along the tour, the Panthers talked about their goals and the "Free Huey!
Seale and Hewitt made a stop in Germany as well, gaining support for the "Free Huey! In , a group of Panthers traveled through Asia and they were welcomed as guests of the governments of North Vietnam , North Korea , and China.
The group's first stop was in North Korea, where the Panthers met with local officials in order to discuss ways in which they could help each other fight against American imperialism.
Eldridge Cleaver traveled to Pyongyang twice in and , and following these trips he made an effort to publicize the writings and works of North Korean leader Kim Il-sung in the United States.
He encouraged them to join the Black Liberation Struggle by arguing that the United States government was only using them for its own purposes.
Instead of risking their lives on the battlefield for a country that continued to oppress them, Cleaver believed that the black GIs should risk their lives in support of their own liberation.
After leaving Vietnam, Cleaver met with the Chinese ambassador to Algeria in order to express their mutual animosity towards the American government.
Among the important figures invited to the festival were Bobby Seale and Eldridge Cleaver. The cultural festival allowed Black Panthers to network with representatives of various international anti-imperialist movements.
This was a significant time, which led to the formation of the International Section of the Party.
Eldridge also met with Yasser Arafat , and gave a speech supporting the Palestinians and their goal of achieving liberation.
In early , the BPP founded the "Intercommunal Youth Institute" in January ,  with the intent of demonstrating how black youth ought to be educated.
Ericka Huggins was the director of the school and Regina Davis was an administrator. Significant disagreements among the Party's leaders over how to confront ideological differences led to a split within the party.
Certain members felt that the Black Panthers should participate in local government and social services, while others encouraged constant conflict with the police.
For some of the Party's supporters, the separations among political action, criminal activity, social services, access to power, and grass-roots identity became confusing and contradictory as the Panthers' political momentum was bogged down in the criminal justice system.
These and other disagreements led to a split. Some Panther leaders, such as Huey P. Newton and David Hilliard , favored a focus on community service coupled with self-defense; others, such as Eldridge Cleaver , embraced a more confrontational strategy.
Eldridge Cleaver deepened the schism in the party when he publicly criticized the Party for adopting a " reformist " rather than " revolutionary " agenda and called for Hilliard's removal.
Cleaver was expelled from the Central Committee but went on to lead a splinter group, the Black Liberation Army , which had previously existed as an underground paramilitary wing of the Party.
The split turned violent, as the Newton and Cleaver factions carried out retaliatory assassinations of each other's members, resulting in the deaths of four people.
In late September , Huey P. Newton led a delegation to China and stayed for 10 days. One of these meetings also included Mao Zedong's wife Jiang Qing.
Huey described China as "a free and liberated territory with a socialist government". In , the party began closing down dozens of chapters and branches all over the country, and bringing members and operations to Oakland.
The political arm of the southern California chapter was shut down and its members moved to Oakland, although the underground military arm remained for a time.
The party developed a five-year plan to take over the city of Oakland politically. Bobby Seale ran for mayor, Elaine Brown ran for city council, and other Panthers ran for minor offices.
Neither Seale nor Brown were elected. A few Panthers won seats on local government commissions. Newton expelled Hewitt from the party later in , but the security cadre remained in operation under the leadership of Flores Forbes.
One of the cadre's main functions was to extort and rob drug dealers and after-hours clubs. In , Huey Newton and eight other Panthers were arrested and charged with assault on police officers.
Newton went into exile in Cuba to avoid prosecution for the murder of Kathleen Smith, an eighteen-year-old prostitute. Newton was also indicted for pistol-whipping his tailor, Preston Callins.
Although Newton confided to friends that Kathleen Smith was his "first nonpolitical murder", he was ultimately acquitted, after one witness's testimony was impeached by her admission that she had been smoking marijuana on the night of the murder, and another prostitute witness recanted her testimony.
Under Brown's leadership, the Party became involved in organizing for more radical electoral campaigns, including Brown's unsuccessful run for Oakland City Council.
In addition to changing the Party's direction towards more involvement in the electoral arena, Brown also increased the influence of women Panthers by placing them in more visible roles within the previously male-dominated organization.
Van Patter had previously served as a bookkeeper for Ramparts magazine, and was introduced to the Panther leadership by David Horowitz , who had been the editor of Ramparts and a major fundraiser and board member for the Panther school.
Some weeks later, her severely beaten corpse was found on a San Francisco Bay beach. There was insufficient evidence for police to charge anyone with van Patter's murder, but the Black Panther Party leadership was "almost universally believed to be responsible".
Huey Newton later allegedly confessed to a friend that he had ordered Van Patter's murder, and that Van Patter had been tortured and raped before being killed.
In , Newton returned from exile in Cuba, and received complaints from male members about the excessive power of women in the organization, who now outnumbered men.
According to Elaine Brown, Newton authorized the physical punishment of school administrator Regina Davis for scolding a male coworker. Davis was hospitalized with a broken jaw.
Although many scholars and activists date the Party's downfall to the period before Brown's leadership, a shrinking cadre of Panthers struggled through the s.
By , Panther membership had dwindled to 27, and the Panther-sponsored school closed in amid a scandal over Newton embezzling funds for his drug addiction.
In October Flores Forbes, the party's assistant chief of staff, led a botched attempt to assassinate Crystal Gray, a key prosecution witness in Newton's upcoming trial, who had been present the day of Kathleen Smith's murder.
After attacking the wrong house by mistake, the occupant returned fire and killed one of the Panthers, Louis Johnson, while the other two assailants escaped.
Fearing that Malloy would discover the truth behind the botched assassination attempt, Newton allegedly ordered a "house cleaning", and Malloy was shot and buried alive in the desert.
Although permanently paralyzed from the waist down, Malloy escaped and told police that fellow Panthers Rollin Reid and Allen Lewis were behind his attempted murder.
From its beginnings, the Black Panther Party championed black masculinity and traditional gender roles.
Nevertheless, women were present in the party from the early days and expanded their roles throughout its life. The same year, Deputy Chairman Fred Hampton of the Illinois chapter conducted a meeting condemning sexism.
The Black Panthers adopted a womanist ideology responding to the unique experiences of African-American women,  emphasizing racism as more oppressive than sexism.
Henceforth, the Party newspaper portrayed women as intelligent political revolutionaries, exemplified by members such as Kathleen Cleaver , Angela Davis and Erika Huggins.
Police killed or incarcerated many male leaders, but female Panthers were less targeted for much of the s and s. By , women made up two-thirds of the party, while many male members were out of duty.
In the absence of much of the original male leadership, women moved into all parts of the organization. Women in the group called attention to sexism within the Party, and worked to make changes from within.
From to the end of its publication in , the head editors of the Black Panther Party newspaper were all women. During the s, recognizing the limited access poor women had to abortion, the Party officially supported women's reproductive rights, including abortion.
Many women Panthers began to demand childcare to be able to fully participate in the organization. The Party responded by establishing on-site child development centers in multiple US chapters.
Childcare allowed women Panthers to embrace motherhood while fully participating in Party activism. The Party experienced significant problems in several chapters with sexism and gender oppression, particularly in the Oakland chapter where cases of sexual harassment and gender conflict were common.
In response, the Chicago and New York chapters, among others, established equal gender rights as a priority and tried to eradicate sexist attitudes.
By the time the Black Panther Party disbanded, official policy was to reprimand men who violated the rules of gender equality.
In the beginning, recruiting women was a low priority for Newton and Seale. Also, they didn't realize that women could help the fight until one came into an interest meeting asking about "female leadership".
She grew up around police brutality, so it was nothing new. Her goal in joining was "smashing racism" because she viewed herself as Black before she was a woman.
In her community, that identity is what she felt held her back the most. The Black Panther Party was involved in many community projects as part of their organization.
These projects included community outreach, like the breakfast program, education, and health programs. From the beginning of the Black Panther Party education was a fundamental goal of the organization.
This was highlighted in the Ten Point Platform, the newspaper that was distributed by the party, and the public commentary shared by the Panthers.
In , she became chair for the Oakland chapter. She was appointed by Huey Newton , the previous chair, while Newton and other leaders dealt with legal issues.
She appointed many female officials, and faced backlash for her policies for equality within the organization. When Huey Newton returned from exile and approved of the beating of a female Panther school teacher, Brown left the organization.
In 12th grade, she decided to work full-time with the Party, dropping out of chaotic Denby High School in Detroit.
In the BBP, she "was living as part of a collective" where all work was shared, and she enjoyed working all day selling newspapers. She climbed the ranks and became the branch's Communications Secretary in January , after her predecessor left due to "some issues related to sexism ".
In this branch, unlike the average BBP divisions, the "brothers" never turned violent or physical: "That kind of thing didn't take place in Detroit.
Summing up the legacy of the Detroit branch, she says, "It's crucial that people realize that the strength of the organization was rooted in discipline, deep commitment, and a genuine love for the people.
There is considerable debate about the impact of the Black Panther Party on the wider society, or even their local environments. Author Jama Lazerow writes:.
In , the Panthers defined Oakland's ghetto as a territory, the police as interlopers, and the Panther mission as the defense of community. The Panthers' famous "policing the police" drew attention to the spatial remove that White Americans enjoyed from the police brutality that had come to characterize life in black urban communities.
Professor Judson Jeffries of Purdue University calls the Panthers "the most effective black revolutionary organization in the 20th century".
Most of them praise the BPP's contribution to black liberation and American democracy. Because they had courage, today I stand as In January , a joint California state and Federal task force charged eight men with the August 29, , murder of California police officer Sgt.
John Young. Jones, Richard Brown and Harold Taylor. Also that month Jalil Muntaquim pleaded no contest to conspiracy to commit voluntary manslaughter, becoming the second person convicted in this case.
Since the s, former Panther chief of staff David Hilliard has offered tours in Oakland of sites historically significant to the Black Panther Party.
In April Panthers were key supporters of the Sit-Ins , the longest of which was the day occupation of the San Francisco Federal Building by over people with disabilities.
Panthers provided daily home-cooked meals in support of the protest's eventual success, which eventually led to the Americans with Disabilities Act ADA thirteen years later.
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Although the FBI was not responsible for leading the raid, a federal grand jury later indicated that the bureau played a significant role in the events leading up to the raid.
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