The Black Panthers : portraits from an unfinished revolution
Co-edited by Bryan Shih and Yohuru Williams
October 2016 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party. Photojournalist Bryan Shih, who has been interviewing and taking portraits of the surviving Panthers around the country for years, has partnered with Yohuru Williams, dean and history professor at Fairfield University, to deliver the definitive celebration of the Black Panthers. Part oral history, part scrapbook, this is a beautifully produced book of forty-five black-and-white portraits of the Panthers today, alongside interviews with the surviving Panthers, archival images, Black Panther Party pamphlets and speeches, as well as essays by contributors such as Peniel Joseph, Alondra Nelson, Rhonda Williams, and other high-profile scholars to provide background and context."--Publisher description
Shih, Bryan and Williams, Yohuru. The Black Panthers : portraits from an unfinished revolution. NY: Nation Books, 2016.
Shih, Bryan and Williams, Yohuru, "The Black Panthers : portraits from an unfinished revolution" (2016). History Faculty Book Gallery. 56.