Teachable Talk: Black Panthers

This first installment of our “Teachable Talk” series is meant for educators and people who are interested in learning more about Black and BIPOC history and the accompanying conversations that can happen. The video and slides below can be used together to teach this content.

The Black Panther Party is frequently misrepresented and misunderstood. In this talk, moderated by Rutland Area NAACP president Mia Schultz and vice president Alana Harte, Ed.D, Vermont students and educators discuss the Party’s 10-Point Program, which laid out the needs and demands that they wanted to communicate to members, the government, and the world; how those points are situated in history; and how they relate to society today.

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