Black Panther Lot, 1970s. Including: an illustrated print entitled, "African-American Males, Endangered Species," dated 1978; a French language publication produced by Black Panther Party Solidarity Committee, and printed in Paris, Guerre dans Babylone; a poster printed for International Women's Day in San Francisco, Sunday, March 7, 1971, illustrated and printed on a large newsprint sheet; a copy of the Ann Arbor Sun from May, 1974, addressed to the Black Panther Party in Oakland, with the original mailing label, and an article on the FBI's pursuit of the Black Panther Party inside; a Norwegian language paper with essays by Eldridge Cleaver and other Black Panther Party members regarding Bobby Seale; [and] a section from The Observer from 1980 with an interview with Huey Newton.
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