Liberation, Imagination and the Black Panther Party

Michael Hoover hoov at
Sun Aug 1 07:22:36 MDT 1999

in light of thread on Black Panthers a couple of months ago, below is
table of contents of current issue of *New Political Science*...for
more info, interested listers can check out journal website at:

Caucus for a New Political Science website is
Michael Hoover

             Liberation, Imagination and the Black Panther Party
            Edited by Kathleen Neal Cleaver and George Katsiaficas

Introduction, George Katsiaficas
Repression Breeds Resistance: The Black Liberation Army and the Radical Legacy
  of the Black Panther Party, Akinyele Omowale Umoja
Black Fighting Formations: Their Strengths, Weaknesses and Potentialities,
  Russell Shoats
The Split in the Party, Donald Cox
Global Solidarity: The Black Panther Party in the International Arena,
  Michael L. Clemons and Charles E. Jones
The Influences of the Black Panther Party (USA) on the Vanguard Party of the
  Bahamas (1972-1987), John T. McCartney
Cuba, the Black Panther Party and the USBlack Movement in the 1960s: Issues of
  Security, Ruth Reitan
Women, Power, and Revolution, Kathleen Neal Cleaver
Every nation Struggling to be Free Has a Right to Struggle, a Duty to Struggle,
  geronimo ji Jaga
Revolutionary art is a tool for liberation: Emory Douglas and Protest
  Aesthetics at The Black Panther, Erika Doss
Tracking Down the Empirical Legacy of the Black panther Party (or Notes on the
  Perils of Pursuing the Panthers), Claudia Dahlerus and Christian A.

Louisiana Panthers Endure 27 Years of Solitary Confinement for a Murder They
  Did Not Commit, Scott Fleming

Lee Lew-Lee (director), All Power to the People: The Black Panther Party and
  Beyond, Victor Wallis
Charles E. Jones (ed.), The Black Panther Party [Reconsidered], Gregory F.

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