Abron, JoNina, 188–90, 192, 193
Ad Hoc Committee for Quality Education,
23
Ad Hoc Committee to End Discrimination,
16–19
Ad Hoc Committee to Preserve Black Busi-
ness, 127–30
African National Congress (anc),
102
African Support Movement, 146, 147
Afro- American Association (Berkeley),
27–28
Alexander, Roberta, 95, 96
Algeria, 107; Cleaver in, 66, 103; War of
In de pen dence of, 30–31, 50
Allen, Austin, 68, 192, 197–98
Angola, 137, 147
Aoki, Richard, 40
Attica prison uprising, 115
Australian Aborigines, 146–47
bail insurance, 138
Baker, Curtis Lee, 20–21; on Black Power,
24; on police brutality, 38
Ballard, Roy, 17
Barbee, Lloyd, 144
Barnes, Elendar, 47, 50, 66
Bay, Robert, 161
Bay Area Civil Rights Council, 13
Beckford, Ruth, 41, 85
Berkeley Community Development Coun-
cil, 148–49
Birmingham church bombing (1963), 17
Black, Gloria, 16
Black Liberation Army, 51, 111–13,
223n112
Black Lives Matter movement, 4
black nationalism, 20–21, 44, 49, 78; fbi’s
campaign against, 64–65; grassroots,
25–34. See also specific organ izations
black- owned businesses, 123–31, 137, 149,
169–70, 182
Black Panther newspaper, 52, 71–73, 112;
Abron as editor of, 188–89, 192, 193; cir-
culation of, 67, 173; demise of, 192, 193;
distribution of, 72, 138–39, 192; David Du
Bois as editor of, 121; finances of, 73, 192
Black Panther Party (bpp), 83–86, 156, 157;
children’s breakfast program of, 85–86,
122, 130, 131; co ali tions of, 71, 78–83;
“Daily Po liti cal Work” poster of, 70;
Danish supporters of, 155, 160; decline
of, 177–201; disciplinary methods of,
161–65, 168; finances of, 49, 73, 93–94,
156, 159, 167–68, 173, 191–201; health
clinic of, 117–18, 130–31, 140, 147, 158–59,
191; internationalism of, 66, 102–4, 146,
222n72; Japa nese supporters of, 132,
155; legacy of, 202–4; membership
of, 41–45, 89, 110, 115, 137–38, 157;
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