Images of destruction of Black Panter Party National Headquarters Office in 1968, by Oakland, California, police. Black American male image seen through broken window and another through window with gun shot hole in it. "Black Panthers" printed on signs in background. Scenes accompanied by drum beats. Huey P. Newton, one of the Black Panther Party founders speaks about police brutality in Oakland, California, United States. He is speaking from an anteroom adjacent to Oakland Police headquarters. Police officers can be seen in their offices, through windows in the room.
An all girls baseball match in Oakland, California. Teams of young women from Niles and Oakland play a baseball game in Oakland, California. Niles defeats Oakland 27-4.
Black Panther Party members demonstrate and march in Oakland, California during civil rights movement. They carry Black Panther banners and line up in formation to listen to Party leaders at Hutton Memorial Park. They briefly give the 'black power' salute. Negro leaders shown at a podium before the demonstration assembly. Camera pans up to a 'black power' fist symbol above podium. Voiceover narration carries themes of Black Panther philosophy.
Black Panther Party members sing and chant "No more brothers in jail" and "No more Pigs in our community" outside the Alameda County Court House building in Oakland California. Members join in chorus. Helmeted police officers come out of the courthouse and take up defensive positions backed against a granite arrives to maintain law and order. Singer chant "The revolution has come, time to pick up the guns." African American man speaks in his office for the rights of black Americans. Black panther party members march, saluting the 'black power' fist salute as they march. Black Panther members gather together with Peace and Freedom Party members (Peace & Freedom party) to talk about civil rights and government, and to demonstrate together for release of Black Panther leader Huey Newton. "Free Huey" signs seen. Black Panther members and hippies talking. Book titled 'Venceremos' by Che Guevara is shown leaning on window beside speaker.
Amelia Earhart takes off from the U.S. Naval Air Station in Oakland, California in her Lockheed Electra aircraft, to begin her round-the-world flight. The runway and ramp contain small puddles of water from a recent rain shower. Aerial views from another airplane of the Lockheed Electra as it flies over the Oakland area of California. View of Oakland Bay Bridge.(These were probably shot on March 13th during their checkout flight.) In separate scenes, prior to departure, on the ground, Amelia talks with her husband, George P. Putnam.
Sewers in the back yards of a residential area in Oakland, California. Police car drives by. Congressman Ron Dellums speaks in his office about police brutality on black Americans during 1960s. Panther Party's demonstration outside the Alameda County Court House during 1960s. Oakland Police Department's chief Charles gain speaks in his office. Meeting between Oakland Police Department and civilians. Deputy Chief Thomas Donohue speaks.