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In Oakland and beyond, Black Panthers' complex legacy gets new assessment

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — It once would have been unthinkable for a city to erect a monument to Huey P. Newton.


The Black Panther Party co-founder was feared and hated by many Americans, and party members were dismissed as racist, gun-toting militants — Black avengers who believed violence was as American as cherry pie.


https://www.fairfieldcitizenonline.com/news/article/Decades-later-a-new-look-at-Black-Panthers-and-16578798.php

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