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Catalogue Reference:(BCA) Photograph 18 Black Panthers

A young man gives the clenched fist salute during a 1969 demonstration by the Black Panthers outside the Stoke Newington Magistrates Court in London. The Black Panther Party was formed in the United States by two activists, Bobby Seale and Huey Newton, initially to protect local communities from police brutality and racism.

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