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On December 4, 1969, 2 members of the Black Panther Party were killed in a police raid on their apartment, another 4 were wounded. The raid was part of the FBI’s strategic plan to weaken the Black Power movement.
Plastic and metal hair comb.
"Black and plastic hair comb with metal prongs, Black Panther fist and peace sign engraved into handle."
Artifact from the Joseph A. Towles Artifact Collection held by the Avery Research Center at the College of Charleston.
  1. On December 4, 1969, 2 members of the Black Panther Party were killed in a police raid on their apartment, another 4 were wounded. The raid was part of the FBI’s strategic plan to weaken the Black Power movement.

    Plastic and metal hair comb.

    "Black and plastic hair comb with metal prongs, Black Panther fist and peace sign engraved into handle."

    Artifact from the Joseph A. Towles Artifact Collection held by the Avery Research Center at the College of Charleston.

  1. 18 notesTimestamp: Wednesday 2013/12/04 10:49:14hair combBlack Panther PartyBlack PanthersBlack Power movementBlack Panther fistpeace signJoseph A. Towles Artifact CollectionAvery Research CenterCofC
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