Scrapbook page with the quotation "We will not hesitate to either kill or die!" and pictures of four of the men who were killed or wounded by white officers in the Marine County courthouse incident. The scrapbook, from circa 1968 to 1969, donated along with Touré’s papers, focuses not only on the activities of the Black Panther Movement but also the portrayal of the party in the media.
"We will not hesitate to either kill or die!" collage from the Black Panther Party Scrapbook
8.5 x 11 inches; 400 PPI
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[Title of the item]. Nkenge Touré papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. [DOI].
box 4, folder 7