Regardless of what one may think of the '60s (was it a ridiculous experiment in hedonism or a time of genuine idealism and hope?), the decade was undeniably a groundbreaking period for American human rights. Enter the Black Panthers, one of the most iconic groups to emerge from the era. Their unique blend of militant activism, in-your-face fashion, and open hostility toward a society that forces African Americans to exist on the fringe still influences hip hop, politics, and cinema, close to... More >>>