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Black Panther Party and Black Power Movement: Books

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UC Library Search is the University of California’s unified discovery and borrowing system. 

Access it directly or from the Library's homepage to find most UC books, articles, media, archival collections, and more. 

You can also:

  • Narrow your search results using filters (ex: peer review status, date, and language).
  • Save and export records to email or citation management software.
  • Save searches and create/enable alerts or RSS feeds for update notifications.
  • Log in to view and manage your:
  • Saved records, saved searches, and search history.
  • Requested, borrowed, and Interlibrary Loan items.
  • Messages, blocks, fines, and fees.

See the UC Library Search user guide and ask for research help 24/7 for more information.

Research tips

The default search in UC Library Search for Black Panther Party will retrieve results from all the UC Library catalogs as well as articles from various databases. It will also retrieve both primary and secondary sources.  You may want to narrow down your search by enclosing your search terms in quotation marks: "Black Panther Party." 

Searching for "Black Panther Party" as an author in the Advance Search will retrieve primary source material created by the organization. Similarly, you might search for prominent members of the Party to find their personal memoirs or writings. (Note that if the name is a common one, not all the entries will refer to the Party member, so you may want to combine the author search with the keywords "Black Panther.")