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What are the facts about the Black Panther Party? Was it, as J. Edgar Hoover contended, a terrorist organization and a threat to national security? Or a group of indviduals bound together by a desire to protect and nurture their community, willing to use radical means to have their concerns addressed? A thorough packet provides insight to these questions with powerful resources, primary source documents, and films that detail the complex history of the Black Panther Party.
- Have class members research COINTELPRO and the role of the FBI in the history of the Black Panther Party
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