The Black Panther Black Community News Service Volume V, #19 (Berkeley, CA: November 7, 1970).
Tabloid format newspaper, published weekly. 16pp. (incl. cover).
Front cover prints a large photograph of Ericka Huggins with photo-collaged images of a shackled Bobby Seale in the background. The artwork is repeated in the centrespread feature, “The Pre-Trial Motions Are Just Beginning Of The Fascist Conspiracy Against Bobby And Ericka” (both were charged with murder, kidnapping and conspiracy; in May 1971 the jury deadlocked 10 to 2 for Huggins’ acquittal, and she was not retried; similarly, the jury was unable to reach a verdict in Seale’s trial, and the charges were eventually dropped).
The back cover prints striking artwork by Emory Douglas captioned “All Power To The People Death To The Pigs”. Contents include news of the campaign to free Angela Davis following her recent capture by the FBI in New York City (it was alleged she had been involved in the Marin County Civic Center armed attack on August 7), and a short article on “The Lumpen - Music As A Tool For Liberation”.
Old central horizontal fold, paper slightly age-toned, o/w Very Good.