Videos/Audios/Podcasts

Black Panthers and the Counterculture – S.O.U.L Listens to Author Robyn Spencer
Primarily recorded during the summer of 2021, the following are reflections, remembrances and statements on George Jackson’s legacy, impact and relevance for today’s movements from those who knew him, as well as organizers, educators and artists inspired by his life. Source: The Freedom Archives 99 Books

Teaching Hard History Podcast: Ep 15 / Season 3

The history of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense can help us understand the transition from civil rights to Black Power and contemporary issues like mass incarceration. From the Ten-Point Platform to survival programs, historian Robyn C. Spencer outlines key aspects of the party’s revolutionary ideology, grassroots activism and community service. And historian Jakobi Williams joins to share valuable classroom insights.

Historic and Contemporary Movements Against State-Sanctioned Violence
Schlesinger Library – Suffrage School – Radcliffe Institute
ABWH TV, Ep 6: Black Women’s Resistance & History June 2020
People’s Historians Online: Women in the Black Panther Party 5/9/20
Radical Commitments: The Life and Legacy of Angela Davis 10/29/19
Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: Rethinking H. Rap Brown and Black Power 10/4/18
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KPFA Interview , Africa Today, by Walter Turner March 27, 2017
  • Video clip of talk on Black Panthers and Black Power at the Schomburg Center for Research on Black Culture.
  • Video clip of talk on Connie Matthews, Panther International Coordinator at the Schomburg Center for Research on Black Culture.