By the Revolutionary Students Union at Salt Lake Community College
We, the Salt Lake Community College Revolutionary Students Union, welcomed Bob Brown, co-founder of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party and current member of the All African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC), to come and give two separate lectures on November 5th, 2013 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The first lecture, A Perspective on the Struggle to Build the Black Panther Party in Chicago 1964-1969, was held at the Salt Lake Community College South City Campus at midday, with about 20 students and faculty in attendance.
The second lecture, A Perspective on Kwame Ture’s (Stokely Carmichael) Struggle to build the Black Panther Movement Worldwide 1964-1969, was held at Mestizo Coffeehouse the evening of November 5th, 2013. There were about 50 members of the public in attendance.
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Overall the Salt Lake Community College Revolutionary Students Union thought both events were successful and educational, and is deeply grateful for Bob Brown sharing his and Kwame Ture’s experiences.