Description: Vintage 1970’s Black Panther Party Newspapers, all featuring Emory Douglas' work on the back cover. The newspapers are in very good condition and were historically folded in half. There is light discoloration and fading on the cover, along the fold. See photos and please select preferred issues from the menu above.
About: The Black Panther began as a four-page newsletter in Oakland, California in 1967, founded by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale. It was the official publication of the Black Panther Party and was sold in several large cities across the United States, and had international readership as well. The newspaper distributed information about the party's activities, and expressed through editorials and other written work, the ideology of the party - focusing on both international revolutions as inspiration and the current racial struggles of Black folks in the United States.
Note: All BLK MKT Vintage inventory is vintage, "well-loved" and most times, with minor imperfections. Unless otherwise noted, items posted for sale are not reprints or reproductions. As with all vintage or antique items signs of wear and tear are to be expected; these include discoloration, fading and overall, patina. All items are described and pictured to demonstrate accurate condition. The provenance of some items is known and documented, while others have no accessible lineage. If there are any questions or concerns please email before purchasing as ALL SALES ARE FINAL & RETURNS ARE NOT ACCEPTED (with exceptions for extreme cases/misrepresentations).