YOUR DONATION HELPS SUPPORT ONGOING COMMUNITY BUILDING ACTIVITIES PROMOTED BY THE SEATTLE CHAPTER

 

 

 

 

THANK YOU

FOR JOINING THE SEATTLE CHAPTER OF THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY FOR A GRAND 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE!

50TH ANNNIVERSARY CONFERENCE REFLECTIONS

APRIL 26TH-28TH, SEATTLE CELEBRATED THE FOUNDING OF THE SEATTLE CHAPTER OF THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY WITH A GRAND CITY-WIDE GATHERING.  OVER 500 PEOPLE PARTICIPATED IN PRESENTATIONS AND LEARNED ABOUT VARIOUS ELEMENTS OF THE PARTY AND SEATTLE'S CHAPTER.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED TO MAKE THIS CELEBRATION

ENORMOUSLY MEANINGFUL AND SUCCESSFUL!

Seattle Chapter members and founders
In conversation, sharing the history of Seattle's Chapter founding.
Seattle Chapter members and founders
A grand reunion of original members and founders.
Members of the Angola 3
In conversation with Mary Flowers.
Aaron Dixon and Danny Glover
In conversation on opening day of the 50th Anniversary Conference.
Ericka Huggins & Nikkita Oliver
Carolyn Downs Clinic Celebration
Celebrating the legacy of the Carolyn Downs Family Medical Clinic, founded by SCBPP.
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Images by Susan Fried

Seattle BPP 50th Anniversary
Theme:  Power to the People…Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Vision Statement:

Our goal is to cement the legacy, history and accomplishments of the Seattle chapter of the BPP in the hearts and minds of the people of Seattle as an example of effective struggle for future revolutionaries.

Yesterday” is meant to recognize, remember and celebrate our work and accomplishments.

Today” is meant to connect the influence of our programs with the current realities of racism and oppression while rising to challenge and resist it.

Tomorrow” is meant to inspire the youth to strategic action with a renewed vision created by them based on knowledge and history.  

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2017 by Black Panther Party Seattle Chapter

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This project is funded in part by a Neighborhood Matching Fund award from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods.

Additional support provided by:   Washington Hall, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, LANGSTON, Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center, CD Forum, Hidmo Cypher, 206 Zulu, Northwest African American Museum, King County Councilman Larry Gossett, Bruce Harrell, NW Film Forum

Seattle Chapter members and founders

In conversation, sharing the history of Seattle's Chapter founding.