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Black Panthers 1968 Hardcover – 2 Dec 2010
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"If I had to choose one book of political photojournalism published this year, though, it would have to be 'Howard Bingham's Black Panthers 1968.' Bingham spent a year recording the Panthers' brief ascendancy during the radical ferment of 1968, and his images of the likes of Stokely Carmichael, Bobby Seale and Eldridge and the incredibly stylish Kathleen Cleaver are a wonderful portrait of a revolutionary time that seems long gone." --The Guardian
"Bingham excels at capturing the militant pro-black, post-Negro symbolism of the Panthers, typically clad in black leather. ... He furnishes an historic album about an inner circle and their outer posture. The radical consciousness of race that Bingham chronicles in late '60s America seems indeed distant from the Obama era." --Chicago Sun-Times
About the Author
Earl Ofari Hutchinson, PhD, is a prominent media critic and political analyst. He writes a syndicated biweekly column for 200 newspapers and magazines nationwide.
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