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The Black Panther News Service (1970)

The Black Panther Party, Vol. V. n° 12, September 19, 1970, San Francisco, First edition, 24 pages. 43 x 29.2 cm. Condition: Excellent.

350€

Rare issue of the Black Panther community newspaper published in San Francisco. On the cover : The Revolutionary People’s Constitutional Convention (RPCC). It was a conference organized by the Black Panther Party (BPP) that was held in Philadelphia from September 4–7, 1970. The goal of the Convention was to draft a new version of the United States Constitution and to unify factions of the radical left in the United States. The RPCC represented one of the largest gatherings of radical activists across movements and issues in the United States. The Convention was attended by a variety of organizations from the Black Power Movement, Asian American Movement, Chicano Movement, American Indian Movement, Anti-war movement, Women’s Liberation, and Gay Liberation movements. Very nice issue.