MEET M. Gayle (Asali) Dickson, Black Panther Party Graphic Artist
Meet M. Gayle (Asali) Dickson, Black Panther Party Graphic Artist
M Gayle Asali Dickson, Black Panther Party Graphic Artist from Angela LeBlanc-Ernest on Vimeo.
IPHP featured at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (3/2/17)
IPHP featured Conversations in Black Freedom Studies at the Schomburg Center for African American Culture
In this video, the Intersectional Black Panther History Project cofounders discuss the project’s mission, BPP history and issues surrounding BPP women’s gender and sexuality the New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for the Study of African American History on March 2, 2017.
Excerpt from Former BPP member Joan Gray (Chicago, Illinois Chapter) (12/5/2016)
Love Liberation Panel with Joan Gray from Intersectional BPPHistoryProject on Vimeo.
In this clip from the larger Love Liberation panel, Joan Gray discusses her experiences as a woman in the Chicago, Illinois, Chapter of the BPP. She addresses: women’s experiences, party duties, attitudes towards sex, and motherhood.
The Revolution Has Come Book Talk by Robyn C. Spencer (12/4/16)
The Revolution Has Come Book Talk by Robyn C. Spencer (Dec. 4, 2016) from Intersectional BPPHistoryProject on Vimeo.
This clip contains excerpts from historian Robyn C. Spencer’s book talk (The Revolution has Come: Black Power, Gender and the Black Panther Party in Oakland) at Seminary Coop Bookstore at the University of Chicago on December 4, 2016. For the full book talk video see: youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1572&v=m0dXZcXiaTw To invite Prof. Spencer for a book talk or as an event speaker: therevolutionhascome.com. Follow @racewomanist.