From the Black Panther Party to the film “Judas and the Black Messiah” : A conversation between international experts

Through this short but content wise video, Michael Mc. Eachrane, researcher expert on racial discrimination issues and Madubuko A. Diakité, United States human rights lawyer and documentary filmmaker are discussing the movie Judas and the Black Messiah in the light of the Black Panther Party’s history.

What were the Black Panther Party’s goals? Who was Fred Hampton? What are the differences between the Party’s ideology and other American revolutionary movements? Do revolutions necessarily imply the use of violence?

Watch the video to find out more about the opinion of Michael and Mudubuko on these questions!

At the end, “State violence succeeded.” Madubuko A. Diakité

This conversation is part of the second event of the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival dedicated to the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 21st. It is the first of a serie of additional materials the Institute would like to share with you in order to continue the conversation on this topic.

Learn more about the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival organized by the Institute in collaboration with Kino Lund and explore our additional content on various themes on its website.

This event was kindly supported and made possible by the participants above and:

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