#IPHP Love Liberation Trailer

Welcome to IPHP! Please take a moment to watch our “Love Liberation” trailer to understand more about us and be inspired to join us on our journey. Trailer from Intersectional BPPHistoryProject on Vimeo. Sign Up to Stay in Touch!


We are committed to: Centering women, gender and sexuality in the history of the Black Panther Party and the larger history of the Black Power movement.

Women in the International BPP Chapter

Black women played a key role in the Panthers’ International Chapter in Algeria. A new book attempts to tell some part of this history. We will be digging in critically to see what stories of women can be gleaned from Elaine Mokhtefi’s Algiers, Third World Capital: Freedom Fighters, Revolutionaries, Black Panthers (2018).

It’s IPHP’s One-Year Anniversary!

IPHP is celebrating our one-year anniversary. Check out our year in review. Look out for more from us. We are just getting started. Thank you for supporting us!

Black Panther Elaine Brown Speaks on International Women’s Day in 1973

Curated by Angela D. LeBlanc-Ernest, Tracye Matthews, Mary Phillips and Robyn C. Spencer- The Intersectional Black Panther Party History Project On March 8, 2017, International Women’s Day, women in the US will join activists around the world in a #daywithoutwomen in order to forge a movement of women that is “anti-racist, anti-imperialist, anti-heterosexist and anti-neoliberal.”…

What You Need to Know about the Black Panther Party’s History of Electoral Activism on Inauguration Day (and Beyond)

Curated by the Intersectional Black Panther Party History Project Thousands of people have organized to meet the first days of  Donald Trump’s presidency with acts of resistance, recommitment to organizing and affirmations of love, community and justice. The Intersectional Black Panther Party History Project has turned to the history of the Black Panther Party, one…

IPHP Panel in Chicago 12/6

Panel Featuring IPHP founders in conversation with Panthers W.E. Dunbar, Ericka Huggins and Joan Gray.    

On the Question of Feminism

October 22, 2016 #BPP50 Dispatch Questions about feminism and women’s roles have danced around the margins of the BPP50 gathering. The question of how Black women activists in the 60s and 70s understood feminism has vexed scholars and intrigued activists because, although they were not part of explicitly Black feminist organizations, they embodied strength, battled…

From Oakland to the World

Live dispatch from #BPP50 10/21/16 The Black Panther Party had global impact and Black women often were on the front lines of Panther diplomacy, international solidarity efforts and political travel. Today’s panel featured women who played a key role in the Panthers’ International Headquarters in Algiers, Algeria. These activists shared stories about their lives abroad…

Point Five

Point Five: The Panthers Revolutionary Approach to Education From #BPP50 Dispatch We want education for our people that exposes the true nature of this decadent American society. We want education that teaches us our true history and our role in the present-day society. We believe in an educational system that will give to our people a…

Panther 50th Anniversary

10/19/2016 IPHP is not on the ground in Oakland at #BPP50 yet, but our friends are. Historian Jocelyn Imani attended the “Get In Formation: Black women lead” panel at Impact Hub gallery in Oakland. She took this photo while sitting inside the exhibition called “Sister Comrade.” The evening began with libations. Photo credit: Jocelyn Imani….


This gallery features photos of IPHP founders with Panther women (Kathleen Cleaver, Joan Gray, Ericka Huggins,  Yvonne King, Tarika Lewis, Charlotte Hill O’Neal, Andre Weatherby Rawls) over the years. Shared with warm well wishes and permission, the presence of these photos does not imply a blanket endorsement of this website or its contents. All rights reserved.