An exhibition presenting the legacy of the British Black Panther movement will be coming to Brixton in October.
Taking place at the Photofusion Gallery during Black History Month, the show will feature current portraits of Panther members and archive photographs shot by Neil Kenlock, the official photographer of the British Black Panther Movement. A documentary film will also accompany the exhibition.
The show has been curated by The Organised Youth project, a group of 13-25 year olds who were inspired by the youthful activism of the British Panthers and hoped to present their history to a new generation.
Lizzy King, Photofusion Community Programme Manager, said:
“This important project has proven to everyone that young people are more than capable of working with living history. The group have worked together and across generational, social and racial boundaries to produce a sensitive and informative body of work that will stand as an educational…
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