Huey P. Newton
Good News | Brandee Sanders
The book ‘Comrade Sisters’ visually captures the unwavering resilience of women in the Black Panther Party.
The life of activist and Black Panther Party co-founder Huey P. Newton came to a tragic end on Aug. 22, 1989. His legacy still lives on.
Even with Huey P. Newtown's tragic and untimely death, Newton was able to leave a legacy of black gun ownership that has paved the way for black gun groups all over the country.
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