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Boycott Lettuce

ID Number: 3222
Maker: Black Panther Party; Emory Douglas
Technique: offset
Date Made: 1972-09-23
Place Made: United States: California, Oakland
Measurements: 50 cm x 35 cm; 19 11/16 in x 13 3/4 in
Main Subject: Black Panther Party; African Americans; Viet Nam War Era
Materials: newspaper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
The Black Panther 25 cents Black Community News Service Vol. VIII No. 27 Copyright 1972 by Huey P. Newton Saturday, September 23, 1972 Published Weekly The Black Panther Party Ministry of Information Box 2967, Custom House San Francisco, CA 94126 Boycott Lettuce See Article Inside Page 2 Also, See Supplement Oakland - A Base of Operation Part IX Pages A, B, & C Survival Ticket Vote for Survival Bobby Seale For Mayor of Oakland Elaine Brown for Councilwoman

Acquisition Number: /

Contains the UFW Flag

Production Notes: Front Cover September 23, 1972 The Black Panther (newspaper)

Copyright Status:
Under copyright; used by CSPG for educational and research purposes only. Distribution or reproduction beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners.

Exhibition Annotation:
BLACK PANTHER PARTY The Black Panther Party (BPP) was very supportive of César Chávez and the United Farm Workers’ movement and their boycott of grapes, lettuce, Gallo wine, Safeway markets, etc. All of this was extensively promoted in The Black Panther, the BPP newspaper. The BPP also helped publicize agricultural pesticide dangers for farm workers and consumers. In July 1973, the BPP launched a major boycott against six Oakland Safeway supermarkets. In addition to publishing many articles on the UFW and the boycott, The Black Panther frequently carried a UFW fundraising coupon to send support directly to the UFW. The BPP supported the Chicano movement in many other ways, such as in funding the publication of the Chicano newspaper, Basta Ya!, and in defending Chicano political prisoners, including Los Siete (The Latino Seven).

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