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Bill Whitfield

Bill Whitfield, member of the Black Panther chapter in Kansas City, serves free breakfast to children, April 16, 1969 before they go to school. Merchants have supplied food and money for the daily meals. The Panthers are a Militant Black group whose members in some cities have been charged with violent activities. The Kansas City Panthers say they keep guns only for defense. (AP Photo/William Straeter)

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Black Panthers

Bill Whitfield, member of the Black Panther chapter in Kansas City, serves free breakfast to children before they go to school, April 16, 1969. Merchants have supplied food and money for the daily meals. The panthers are a radical Black Power group whose members in some cities have been charged with violent activities. The Kansas City Panthers say that they keep guns only for defense. (AP Photo/William P. Straeter)

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Young Lords

Policeman carries church door which police broke from its hinges at an East Harlem, New York, church on Jan. 7, 1970 before members of the sheriff’s office entered the church to arrest about 50 Puerto Rican activists and end a sit-in that began December 28. The Young Lords, a group modeled after the Black Panther party, had seized the church and offered breakfasts and health service to Neighborhood children. (AP Photo)

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Black Panthers 1970

Brad Jones, wearing cap, member of the Philadelphia Black Panthers Organization, helps serve breakfast to youngsters, March 19, 1970 in Philadelphia, Pa., headquarters. (AP Photo/Bill Ingraham)

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Black Panthers Turn 50

File - In this April 16, 1969 file photo, Bill Whitfield, member of the Black Panther chapter in Kansas City, serves free breakfast to children before they go to school. Hundreds of former Black Panthers from around the world are expected to gather in Oakland, California, for a four-day conference that started Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. The Panthers emerged from the gritty city 50 years ago, declaring a new party dedicated to defending African-Americans against police brutality and protecting their rights. (AP Photo/William P. Straeter, File)

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