Black Panther Party members sing and chant slogans Alameda County Court House in Oakland California.
Oakland California USA Date:1968 Duration:3 min 49 sec Sound:Yes
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.
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