Today, on the anniversary of its founding, we recognize the 52nd anniversary of the creation of the Black Panther Party.
In January 2017, GJEP founder, consultant and photographer Orin Langelle photographed scenes of All Power to the People, an exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California that opened in October of 2016 – the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense. I am publishing this in October 2018 for their 52nd anniversary.
Although the photos in the following video were taken by Langelle, there are depicted images created by other people, therefore no photograph in this photo essay can be copied without the express consent of the Oakland Museum of California and Langelle Photography.
You can see the full photo set at PhotoLangelle.org.
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