With the release of the movie Judas and the Black Messiah comes many questions and stories about who the Black Panthers really were. Were they really terrorists? Absolutely not. Were they smart, ambitious and hungry for justice, dignity and respect. Yes, they were. Were they educated? Absolutely.
Well, here some books written about the Black Panther Party, both fiction and nonfiction, that are to enjoy during Black History Month.
Written by Huey Newton himself and edited by Toni Morrison is the book titled Die for the People. Huey Newton was the founder and leader of the Black Panther Party, so if one wants to really understand where he was coming from and where he was leading to, one must read this book as it contains his speeches, from his philosophies and political views.