We Want Decent Housing

ID Number: 27601
Maker: Emory Douglas; Black Panther Party
Technique: offset
Date Made: 1970-07-25
Place Made: United States: California, Oakland
Measurements: 44.5 cm x 58 cm; 17 1/2 in x 22 13/16 in
Main Subject: Black Panther Party
Materials: newspaper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
When I spend more time fighting the rats, than taking care of my children you know, it makes me realize that I have a right to kill the greedy slumlords who forces me to live in these inhuman conditions. Free the Connecticut Panthers "We will fight from one generation to the next" Huey Death to the Fascist Pigs Free Bobby Free Black People Monthly Rent Receipt $150.00 We Want Decent Housing Fit for Shelter of Human Beings The Black Panther 25 cents Black Community News Service Vol. 3 No. 3 Saturday, July 25, 1970 Published Weekly The Black Panther Party Ministry of Information Box 2967, Custom House San Francisco, CA 94126 New Haven, Connecticut the judicial seat of U.S. Fascism continues to move in the direction of genocidal railroad. 1970 Political Prisoner New Haven, Conn. Lonnie McLucas B.P.P. Political Prisoners Within The Confines Of U.S.A. [...]

Acquisition Number: 1993-082
Production Notes: Back Cover July 25, 1970 The Black Panther (newspaper)

Copyright Status:
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