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Thu Oct 16 18:01:12 2014 UTClccn-n880430010.00Fred Hampton Black Panthers in Chicago /0.381.00The story of the murder of Fred Hampton : which the N. Y. Sunday Times refused to print /58158759Fred_Hamptonn 880430012434116lccn-n80095585Black Panther Partylccn-n2009039657Haas, Jeffreylccn-n78095617United StatesFederal Bureau of Investigationlccn-n2012048505Williams, Jakobilccn-n2012048518Black Panther PartyIllinois Chapterlccn-n96007280Gray, Mike1935-2013nc-mike gray & associatesMike Gray & Associateslccn-no2007121942Alk, Howardlccn-no96058587Facets Video (Firm)lccn-no2008012170Film Group (Firm : Chicago, Ill.)Hampton, Fred1948-1969HistorySermonsBibliographyHampton, Fred,Illinois--ChicagoBlack Panther PartyAssassinationUnited StatesPolitical scienceBlack powerAfrican Americans--Civil rightsRace relationsCivil rights movementsPolitical partiesUnited States.--Federal Bureau of InvestigationAfrican Americans--Politics and governmentPoliceAfrican AmericansBlack militant organizationsAfrican Americans--Crimes againstPrison riotsAttica PrisonNew York (State)Race discrimination--Law and legislationCivil rightsSegregationPolitics and cultureClark, MarkChicago (Ill.).--Police DepartmentAfrican American radicalsKennard, William E.,Warwick, DionneBlacksFlake, FloydBrock, Lou,Williams, Bert,Bechet, Sidney,Fitzgerald, EllaJones, CobiSangare, OumouErving, JuliusChamberlain, Wilt,Wek, AlekRobinson, Sugar Ray,PrinceRashad, AhmadSmith, Will,Harvey, SteveWayans, Keenen IvoryAshe, ArthurHarris, Eddy LUpshaw, GeneSmith, Tubby1948196919621964196519691970197119721976197719871988198919901991199319941995199820002002200320042005200620072008200920102011201333005884364.1524HV6515ocn7797440302324ocn133144310visu19710.24The murder of Fred HamptonHistoryMike Gray started out to make a film about the Black Panther Party, but on Dec. 4, 1969, the Chicago police raided a Panther apartment and his film became a documentary about the murder of Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party. The film footage of the raid directly contradicted the State Attorney's version of the raid and so filmmakers and Panthers came together to prove that Hampton had been the designated target of the violent, punitive raid. The film's inquiry pursues official spokesmen and traps them in their attempts at covering up an orchestrated assassination663ocn037743565visu19880.30Growing up in AmericaIn 1969 Morley Markson made a film that captured the heart and soul of the 1960's and called it Breathing Together : Revolution of the Electric Family ; it showed luminaries of this time of almost 3 decades ago. Eighteen years later, Markson tracked down these living legends to see what they were up to and how their perspective of the Sixties may have changed61ocn083117512rcrd20020.96The roots of resistanceHistorySelected highlights from the Freedom Archives featuring contemporary recordings of the voices of political and social activists. Topics include civil rights and Black liberation, Vietnam war protests, the prison movement, Puerto Rico, Chile, Native American movements, women's liberation, the International Hotel and other social issues and movements41ocn009072669book19701.00Hampton, FredWe don't want you coming here clapping and leaving here not doing nothing-- you've got to make a commitment!41ocn312429717visu20080.27The death of a Black Panther the Fred Hampton story, 1969-70Presents the accounts of police officers who made the raid, Fred Hampton's wife Debora, who was in the bed with Hampton when he was slain, and Illinois State Attorney General Edward V. Hahrahan of what occurred at the raid of Black Panther Party Chairman Fred Hampton's apartment31ocn005741256book19640.47Hampton, FredA hemipelvectomy prosthesis21ocn079333118book19700.92United StatesReport of the January 1970 grand juryReport of the Grand Jury held to investigate the Dec. 4, 1969 policy raid in Chicago on a flat rented by members of the Black Panther Party during which Fred Hampton and Mark Clark were killed21ocn005732198book19620.47McLaurin, Colin ADiagonal type socket for hip disarticulation amputees22ocn050010654file20021.00Ethnic studies, Black Panther Party an annotated videography of holdings in the Media Resources Center, University of California, BerkeleyHistoryBibliographyA listing of documentary visual and audio materials in the Media Resources Center collection pertaining to the Black Panther Party and related political movements and events. Includes brief descriptions of individual video and audio titles; references to related books and articles; links to online reviews and related web sites, including producer and distributor catalog information for selected works11ocn069924874rcrd20050.47Hampton, FredSouthern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest, 2005 the sufficiency of Scripture : Sufficient for knowing God, Psalm 19SermonsA campus pastor reflects on Psalm 19, teaching how we can personally know God, not just about Him, from the revelation of Himself in His Word and creation11ocn069924867rcrd20050.47Hampton, FredSouthern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest, 2005 the sufficiency of scripture : sufficient as imperishable seedA college pastor teaches from 1 Peter 1:22-25 concerning the living Word of God, which is sufficient to ensure eternal life, produce saving faith, and enable us to love one another11ocn270800037book1971Hampton, Fred[Three speeches given in Chicago by Fred Hampton during the year 1969]11ocn062886940visu20050.47Hampton, FredSouthern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest, 2005 the Sufficiency of Scripture :SermonsA campus pastor reflects on Psalm 19, teaching how we can personally know God, not just about Him, from the revelation of Himself in His Word and creation11ocn852794619rcrd20050.47Southern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest 2005 The Sufficiency of scripturePastors and professors of the SBC lecture on the sufficiency of scripture12ocn871901062rcrd2009Yusef, MalikG.O.O.D. morning. G.O.O.D. night - dusk11ocn062888539visu20050.47Hampton, FredSouthern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest, 2005 the sufficiency of scripture : sufficient as imperishable seedA college pastor teaches from 1 Peter 1:22-25 concerning the living Word of God, which is sufficient to ensure eternal life, produce saving faith, and enable us to love one another11ocn756375072book19701.00Il partito delle Pantere Nere11ocn070744761rcrd1.00Hampton, FredYou can't kill the revolution!Speeches by Fred Hampton, Chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party, and from the memorial rally held for him after his murder11ocn779744030visu2011Fred Hampton Black Panthers in Chicago01ocn021549657book1965Hampton, FredNU suspension casting technique19469ocn527853417file20090.27Haas, JeffreyThe assassination of Fred Hampton how the FBI and the Chicago police murdered a Black PantherHistoryBiography"It's around 7:00 A.M. on December 4, 1969, and attorney Jeff Haas is in a police lockup in Chicago, interviewing Fred Hampton's fianceĢe. She is describing how the police pulled her from the room as Fred lay unconscious on their bed. She heard one officer say, "He's still alive." She then heard two shots. A second officer said, "He's good and dead now." She looks at Jeff and asks, "What can you do?" The Assassination of Fred Hampton is Haas's personal account of how he and People's Law Office partner Flint Taylor pursued Hampton's assassins, ultimately prevailing over unlimited government resources and FBI conspiracy. Not only a story of justice delivered, the book puts Hampton in a new light as a dynamic community leader and an inspiration in the fight against injustice." -- from publisher description+-+18181241063244643ocn841229548file20130.59Williams, JakobiFrom the bullet to the ballot : the Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party and racial coalition politics in ChicagoHistoryIn this comprehensive history of the Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party (ILBPP), Chicago native Jakobi Williams demonstrates that the city's Black Power movement was both a response to and an extension of the city's civil rights movement. Williams focuses on the life and violent death of Fred Hampton, a charismatic leader who served as president of the NAACP Youth Council and continued to pursue a civil rights agenda when he became chairman of the revolutionary Chicago-based Black Panther Party2521ocn237049275file20030.63United StatesFred HamptonArchivesFred Hampton, age 21, was allegedly shot and killed by the Cook County State Attorneys Police, Chicago, Illinois, on December 4, 1969, when the police conducted a raid on the Black Panther Party (BPP) Headquarters located at 2337 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois. Also killed was BPP member Mark Clark, age 22. Six members of the BPP were wounded during this raid. United States Attorney General John Mitchell called for an investigation so that matters could be provided to a Federal Grand Jury922ocn021257805visu19900.26Eyes on the prize II. America at the racial crossroads-1965 to 1985HistoryBy the late 1960s, the anger in poorer urban areas over charges of police brutality was smoldering. In Chicago, Fred Hampton formed a Black Panther Party Chapter. During this same period, inmates at New York's Attica prison took over the prison in an effort to publicize intolerable conditions813ocn002819372book19700.92United StatesReport of the January 1970 grand juryReport of the Grand Jury held to investigate the Dec. 4, 1969 policy raid in Chicago on a flat rented by members of the Black Panther Party during which Fred Hampton and Mark Clark were killed372ocn001191837book19700.93When one of us falls291ocn527366261book19980.35Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life+-+K92761232562ocn071813419book20050.24Jones, James ThomasCreating revolution as we advance : the revolutionary years of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense and those who destroyed it"Creating Revolution as We Advance" studies the Black Panther Party's rise during the mid-sixties. The Nationalist aesthetic was contextualized by the non-violent civil disobedience theory of Dr. King, and Malcolm X's rhetoric. The movement's genesis was the majority community's incessant attacks upon African-Americans Civil and Human rights. Additionally, the failure of the Civil and Voting Rights Acts to affect Black lives in a tangible manner was felt by all. The Bay Area of California was the epicenter for American radicalism. Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale, two veterans of the bourgeoning Oakland Black protest movement, created an activist alternative. Unbeknownst to Newton and Seale, the problems they were addressing were universal to Black urbanites. The Black Panther Party possessed unprecedented revolutionary potential for this latest generation of activists. By assuming the vanguard position, Newton and Seale advanced a politic that transgressed against Nationalist parochialism. Deriving their notoriety as a result of the gun, the co-founders were revolutionary to emasculated Black urbanites. Not until their attempt to replicate the Panther program did admirers become aware of Panther politics peculiarities. The Panther's adoption of class was debated by all. Ironically, such sophistication set the stage for their [sic]. The Panthers public embrace of left-leaning groups and individuals shocked all. Said alliances made the Black Panther Party the "greatest threat to the internal security of the United States." Although initial adversarial attacks emanated from the local level, the Panthers were targeted by the federal government. "Creating Revolution as We Advance" focuses upon FBI attacks52ocn475231251book19701.00Kifner, JohnThe story of the murder of Fred Hampton : which the N. Y. Sunday Times refused to printHistory52ocn317070370mix20080.97Williams, Jakobi EmonRacial coalition politics in Chicago : a case study of Fred Hampton, the Illinois Black Panther Party, and the origin of the Rainbow CoalitionHistory52ocn036242276book19940.29The essence of Fred HamptonTributes from associates, family and friends, written for the 25th anniversary of Hampton's death, with additional testimonies gathered by William Hampton since December 1994 (p. 43-59)51ocn189653106visu20070.66Fred Hampton Black Panthers in Chicago, 1969"The Videofreex conducted this interview with Fred Hampton, the Deputy Chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party, in October 1969, just over a month before he was killed by the Chicago police. 'We recorded Hampton with a wide angle lens at the home of a wealthy Chicago woman named Lucy Montgomery. She owned a Prairie School house furnished with modern art. Hampton arrived late with a small entourage and paid no attention to the lavish surroundings. He looked tired but strong. He was chairman of the Illinois chapter of the party, and though he was just my age, he seemed so much older than me. If our crawling around to frame him from all different angles bothered him, he didn't let on. He had a message to impart and ignored the distraction.' --Parry D. Teasdale, Videofreex: America's First Pirate TV Station, Black-Dome Press. During the interview, Fred Hampton talks articulately and passionately about the Breakfast Club and Free Health Clinic set up by the Black Panthers to feed and tend to the poor and hungry. In response to a specific question about events in Chicago and the conspiracy trail, he talks about how those running the city are "crazy with power", about racism, fascism and imperialism, and the need to educate and organize, to lead by example. He criticizes the recent Weathermen actions, seeing the group as counter-revolutionaries. In reply to a question about how they will defend themselves from retaliations from the powers that be, Hampton says that the struggle is not about individual people, but the masses, and that there will always be new people coming up to replace them." - from the publisher's website51ocn038701711book19700.95Fred Hampton's house : a statement provided December 26, 1970 by a film-maker present in Fred Hampton's apartment a few hours after the killings of December 4, 1969 : a reminderPamphlets41ocn021943244book19890.74Fred Hampton 20th commemoration31ocn055990998book20031.00Waxman, ShellyThe Black Messiah murdersFiction+-+521237040531ocn474824738book19700.97When one of us falls, a thousand will take his place / [Artists United]Poetry31ocn052940179rcrd20020.19Hampton, FredYou can't kill revolution Black Panther Party, 196931ocn167202065visu19870.26Ain't gonna shuffle no more (1964-1972), and, A nation of law? (1968-1971)HistoryProfiles critical events in the civil rights struggle, from Muhammad Ali's refusal to serve in the army during the Vietnam War to the National Black Political Convention in Gary, Indiana, in 1972. Explores the steps Afro-Americans were taking to reclaim their heritage, including demand in educational institutions for courses with an African American perspective, as well as becoming more involved in the political process. Examines the Black Panther Party and its impact on the civil rights movement in terms of the violent attitude it projected. Explores FBI interest in the Black Panthers and their attempts to halt its activities31ocn504569170visu19950.30Ain't gonna shuffle no more, 1964-1972 ; A nation of law? 1968-1971HistoryBiographyBy the late 1960's, the anger in the poorer urban areas over charges of police brutality was smoldering. "A nation of law" explores the activites and deaths of Black Panther Party activists Fred Hampton and Mark Clark at the hands of Chicago police, while the deaths of both inmates and guards in quelling the prison riots at Attica prison in upstate New York symbolized for many the brutality of a hardened political regime21ocn182858091book19691.00Black Panthers murdered+-+1818124106324Thu Oct 16 15:41:27 EDT 2014batch26237