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'All Power to the People' explores the often misunderstood history of the Black Panther movement

When the Oakland Museum of California decided three years ago to create an exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party and its significance to black people,  the museum didn't know exactly how the discussion of race and gender inequality would reverberate in 2016. "It's...
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