Blueprint for Freedom: Bermuda’s Black Power Conference of 1969
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From July 10 to July 13, 1969, the First Regional International Black Power Conference (BPC) was held in Bermuda. Local Blacks and the wider African Diaspora supported the meeting, which signified the growth of Black Power in the West Indies. As were other Black Power Conferences in the region, it was seen as an opportunity to address the concerns of the Blacks across the world.
KeywordsBlack Community Black People Black Youth African People Black Panther Party
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