In 1967 the Black Panthers were the known as the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. This early version of the Black Panthers had some ideological similarities with the conservative movement today. Although coming from ideologically opposite directions, Conservatives and the Black Panther Party shared a very healthy respect for the Second Amendment, an appreciation of private schooling, and a common desire to replace the American welfare state and publicly expose its flaws.
Truth is often stranger than fiction.
For more, see:
- “The Black Panthers Promoted the Second Amendment and Private Schools,” by Ken Braun, August 16, 2021.