Not only was the group known for their military style stance, it also instituted community health programs and fed 10,000 kids a day as a part of their Free Breakfast for Children movement. And keep in mind, this isnâ€™t the only militia to challenge the governmentâ€”take a look at this yearâ€™s un-protested Oregon standoff over fair sentences for arson. So what, might you ask, is wrong with Queen Bâ€™s support of the long-dissolved Black Panther alliance?
The event page tries to explain their reasoning with questions. â€œDo you agree that it was a slap in the face to law enforcement?â€ Absolutely not, if the law enforcement in question practices equality. â€œDo you agree that the Black Panthers was/is a hate group which should not be glorified?â€ While the organization did go against the government’s ways in the 1960â€™s, it was in response to inequality. Their agenda was for fair treatment.