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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:


The honorable Alumni Chapter of the Black Panther party is celebrating 50 years of serving the community!


During October 16th-18th, Alumni members will gather at StudioBE for a culmination of ceremonies honoring the legacy and impact of their work.


Programming will be organized and orchestrated by the chapter members with special performances and awards given by: legendary poet Sunni Patterson, Quess Moore, Culu Children’s Traditional African Dance Company, N’Kafu Traditional African Dance Company, and more!


The schedule of events will follow as such:


Friday (10/16): A Film screening and roundtable discussion 7:00pm-9:00pm (Free of Charge)


Saturday (10/17): 2:00pm-7:00pm Programming and Celebration/ 7:00pm-10:00pm Party With the Panthers (Free of Charge)


Sunday (10/18): Brunch with the Panthers ($25.00) 10am-12pm


Capacity for each event is 50 people and will be filled on a first come first serve basis.


For those who cannot attend in person, a livestream will be available on:


Facebook.com/exhibitbe


For more information:


Please contact Baba Malik Rahiem


by phone 504-252-3743 or please email blackpantherdiva@bellsouth.net<mailto:blackpantherdiva@bellsouth.net>


Face masks for each event are required.


Social distancing will be implemented.


We look forward to seeing you there


All Power to the People


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/la-chapter-black-panthers-50th-anniversary-celebration-tickets-125384521479


​​​Angela A. Allen-Bell

Associate Professor

​B. K. Agnihotri Endowed Professor

Southern University Law Center

Post Office Box 9294

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70813-9294

Email: ABell@sulc.edu

Twitter: @AngelaAllenBell




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