Images taken from “Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglass.”
“Clayborne Carson names Robert F. Williams as one of two central influences-the other being Malcolm X [top picture]-on the formation of the Black Panthers.”
Taken from the introduction of ”Negroes with Guns,” by Timothy B. Tyson (page xxx)
For Malcolm’s speeches and writings, go here:
And here for Robert F. Williams:
Second picture from the top reveals both Huey P. Newton (right side) and Bobby Seale (left side).
Third image from the top shows Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael) on the left and Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown) on the right.
For more on Kwame Ture go to:
For Jamil Al-Amin go to:
Image from fourth top row: Remembering George Jackson, author of Blood in My Eye and Soledad Brother, killed in 1971 in the prison yards at San Quentin.
For more on George Jackson:
Bottom picture is of Fred Hampton. For more on Fred Hampton visit: