..With a historic marker, the Winston-Salem Journal reports.
The good deeds the Panthers did is cited, but the article also acknowledges “local Panthers were not averse to violence or the threat of violence…. In 1971, they exchanged gunfire with Winston-Salem police near their headquarters when police arrived to investigate a stolen truck. They also threatened to use violence if a local woman, who had been evicted, was not allowed to return to her home on Locust Street.”
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