Yesterday on Sunday Morning Live, Marcus Davis discussed the assassination of 21 year old Carl B. Hampton on July 26, 1970 by a Houston police officer. Hampton, a member of the People’s Party II, the precursor for the Black Panther Party Houston Chapter became a martyr for his bold and uncompromising stand for all oppressed people.
As we mentioned on the show, this son of Pleasantville will be celebrated at Carl Hampton Day, this Saturday, July 25, 2015 from 4 pm to 8 pm at the Judson Robinson Sr. Community Center at 1422 Ledwicke St., Houston, TX 77029.
Come out and enjoy
- Free Food (NBUF FEED the HOOD)
- Art Exhibit featuring the work of acclaimed artist and Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party, Emory Douglass of San Francisco, CA and William Cordova of Peru.
- Live performance for Houston’s own, Archie Bell
For more information contact: The Black Panther Party Alumni Association Houston Chapter at 713.962.0284 or firstname.lastname@example.org.