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All Power to the People! (The Black Panther Party and Beyond) (1996)

Not Rated | | Documentary
A recap of the Black Panther Party's often distorted history and an expose of apparent governmental plots that hastened its demise.

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Lee Lew Lee
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Mumia Abu-Jamal Mumia Abu-Jamal ... Self (as Mumia Abu Jamal)
Dennis Banks ... Self (archive footage)
Marlon Brando ... Self (archive footage)
David Brinkley ... Self (archive footage)
Elaine Brown ... Self (archive footage)
H. Rap Brown H. Rap Brown ... Self (archive footage)
Stokely Carmichael ... Self (archive footage)
Ward Churchill Ward Churchill ... Self
Ramsey Clark Ramsey Clark ... Self
Eldridge Cleaver ... Self (archive footage)
Kathleen Cleaver ... Self
William Colby ... Self (archive footage)
Walter Cronkite ... Self (archive footage)
Emory Douglas ... Self
Herman Ferguson Herman Ferguson ... Self
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A recap of the Black Panther Party's often distorted history and an expose of apparent governmental plots that hastened its demise.

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Documentary

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Not Rated
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USA

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English

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Brilliant, a must see. Hard hitting journalism that uncovers some ugly truths and shows a very inspiring story.
27 September 2006 | by dbattistuzziSee all my reviews

I think this film got some bad ratings because people couldn't really handle the truth...

Possibly the best documentary on the sixties or civil rights I have ever seen.

Well documented, incredible interviews and footage. A real eye opener for a very misrepresented period of American history. many stories of the Panther often leave of in 69. This dose a good job of covering the government attacks on Black Radicals and looks at what actually became of these people and the organization. The interviews and reflections of former members still in prison, some who will soon die there, really closes the story on a powerful note.

I once watched this with a former civil rights activist and current Caribbean community organizer and he was left speechless.


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