|You are the Makers of History!
1968 Birthday party commemoration for Huey P. Newton after he was imprisoned for the death of a corrupt police person. From left to right, the late Bunchy Carter of the Los Angeles Black Panther Chapter. Seku Neblett - former BPP Field Marshall and current A-APRP member living in Ghana. Kwame Ture. Jamil Abdullah al-Amin (H. Rap Brown), Bobby Seale. And, unidentified young Black Panther
And this is significant to me because Kwame Ture (formally known as Stokely Carmichael) has been a primary role model in my life for the last 40 years. Outside of Malcolm X, there isn't another figure who has had more influence on my life and I actually got the opportunity on numerous occasions to even work with Kwame in person. Thus, verifying his legitimacy as a revolutionary of impeccable integrity and commitment.