Foot soldiers and unheralded leaders of the Black Panthers

The Washington Post's review of Bryan Shih and Yohuru Williams book The Black Panthers: Portraits of an Unfinished Revolution.
"To many readers, these stories of nascent revolution and service will be enlightening, even eye-opening, giving a new view of an organization that was vilified, feared and opposed in history and the press. For others, they are a reminder of a time when black organizers and other people of color declared an unstinting willingness to improve their communities and radically change the trajectory of their people’s lives."
Bryan Shih’s powerful photographs capture the backbone of the movement.