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The Genius of Huey P. Newton

By Mumia Abu-Jamal © ’15 Mumia Abu-Jamal To those of us who were alive–and sentient, the name Huey P. Newton evokes an era of mass resistance, of Black popular protest and of the rise of revolutionary organizations across the land. To those … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Huey Newton & Angela Davis

Each Thursday we feature an older title from our 60-year history of book publishing, and in doing so hope to bring attention back to a specific book or author as it relates to today’s world, or give an unsung book … Continue reading

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Celebrating Black History Month: A Letter from Huey Newton to the Revolutionary Brothers and Sisters about the Women’s Liberation and Gay Liberation Movements

On 21 August 1970, Huey Newton, co-founder and leader of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense published an article in “The Black Panther” newsletter. It was titled A Letter from Huey Newton to the Revolutionary Brothers and Sisters about … Continue reading

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