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  • Black Panthers founder Bobby Seale recalls history of formation

    African Americans across generations greeted Bobby Seale with reverence Sunday at Brickhouse Art Gallery in Oak Park celebrating the founding of the Sacramento Panthers 48 years ago. Children raised their right fists and shouted, “black power!” College students thanked Seale, still trim and sharp at 79, for instilling black pride and empowerment in their predecessors in the turbulent ’60s.

African Americans across generations greeted Bobby Seale with reverence Sunday at Brickhouse Art Gallery in Oak Park celebrating the founding of the Sacramento Panthers 48 years ago. Children raised their right fists and shouted, “black power!” College students thanked Seale, still trim and sharp at 79, for instilling black pride and empowerment in their predecessors in the turbulent ’60s. Stephen Magagnini The Sacramento Bee
African Americans across generations greeted Bobby Seale with reverence Sunday at Brickhouse Art Gallery in Oak Park celebrating the founding of the Sacramento Panthers 48 years ago. Children raised their right fists and shouted, “black power!” College students thanked Seale, still trim and sharp at 79, for instilling black pride and empowerment in their predecessors in the turbulent ’60s. Stephen Magagnini The Sacramento Bee

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