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Vanguard of the Revolution by Stanley Nelson tells the rise and fall of the Black Panther Party, one of the 20th century’s most alluring and controversial organizations that captivated the world’s attention for nearly 50 years. It’s a great piece about Civil Rights and Second Amendment Rights.

I think all the Boomers out there will get a kick out of this and it is recommended viewing for all Millennials as well as for anybody who thinks that they’re righteously protesting anything.

This 2015-made film gives one amazing perspective on how far we’ve come as a culture in some ways and how far we’ve fallen behind in others.

The struggle was real and so was the music…and nothing was made in China.

 

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  • I feel a lot of anger asking why I had to come on earth, where such fight for dignity, self respect and love is needed.
    Why I had to come on earth inside a womb with the thread of death?
    Why there is death?

  • One outstanding point of those times is just how P R O G R A M M E D our entire society was at the time. There was maybe Pacifica Radio’s and a few obscure lefty magazine’s limited reach for alternative social views, aka, empathy for the short changed in our culture.

    ALL of radio, tv and print were aghast at black militancy and K-12 screamed for rule of law and law and order…major white people vibes reigned supreme and thus the Philly police were unleashed using fire.

    Consider that Cassius Clay was scorned with gusto (heh, I loved him and his in-yo-face style) and even as late as the ’68 Olympics, Smith and Carlos were basically ostracized.

    Great line AB, ‘The struggle was real and so was the music…and nothing was made in China.’

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