In honor of the women of The Black Panther party. “By the early 1970s the Black Panther Party was two-thirds female. Their participation created new political models that encouraged women to be active and public revolutionary figures alongside men”.
“Panther women set a community-focused revolutionary agenda that supported programs for daycare, groceries, and housing. This research forms part of Historian Ashley Farmer book, titled What You've Got is a Revolution: Black Women's Movements for Black Power”. —Stanford University 📷Stephen Shames. #100yrplan #katheleencleaver