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The Amazing Lost Legacy of the British Black Panthers


The Strangest Family: The Private Lives of George III, Queen Charlotte and the Hanoverians by Janice Hadlow, review: 'discursive and leisurely'

George III 1760-1820 Known as "Farmer George" he was a much loved King, who was devoted to his Queen (Charlotte) He suffered from some strange tendencies though and was once said to have had a conversation with a tree believing it to be the King of Prussia! Prehaps this is also why he is remembered as "Mad King George"

from the Guardian

Life with the Black Panthers

Kathleen Cleaver and husband Black Panther 'Minister of Information' Eldridge Cleaver. The couple fled the US in 1968, aftter he violated a parole order, returning in 1974. Today Kathleen is a law lecturer in Atlanta. Eldridge died in 1998.

from The Debrief

The Forgotten Story Of The Women Behind The British Black Panthers

'Let me tell you first of all, I have zero interest in Beyoncé' - Heather Agyepong speaks to Beverley Bryan, a former Black Panther, about the female Black Panthers of Brixton.

from the Guardian

One World Trade Center visualised

One World Trade Center @Jose Gutierrez Gutierrez B. Liz, @Ida Ristner Isaksson Gomes- McDougal