The British Black Panthers

Kehinde Andrews explores the impact of the British Black Panthers, founded in 1968 in Notting Hill, inspired by the American Black Panther Party. This feature delves into their mission to reshape race relations in the UK, focusing on policing, education, and equality, highlighted by the historical Mangrove Nine trial. Contributors include influential figures and Panthers, tracing the movement’s legacy and its foundational role in Britain’s racial justice journey.

Producer: Brook Lapping Radio

Broadcaster: BBC Radio 4