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Black Panthers


Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006


Title: Black Panthers

Photographer(s): Stephen Shames

Writer(s): Stephen Shames, Bobby Seale, Charles E.Jones

Designer(s): Francesca Richer, Renaud Bezombes

Publisher(s): Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France

Year: 2006

Print run:

Language(s): French

Pages: 152

Size: 20 x 26,5 cm

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: Aperture, New York U.S.A.,2006

Print: Printed in Italy

Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: U.S.A., 1967-1973

ISBN: 9782732435077



Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

Black Panthers  is a photo book by photographer Stephen Shames  on  anti racial protest  published by Edition de La Martinière, Paris, France,2006

In October 1966, Bobby Seale and Huey P Newton, two students from Oakland University in California, founded the Black Panther Party. Their organisation, which was revolutionary in spirit, set itself the goal of political and social transformation in the United States and the end of racial discrimination. Between 1967 and 1973, the most intense period of this movement which lasted sixteen years, the photographer Stephen Shomes went into the intimacy of the Panthers, testifying to their public life, their struggle, their daily life. This photographic report is a poignant testimony to the commitment of these young black Americans and their organization during one of the most tumultuous periods in American history.


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