Black Power


A group of young 'hippie' protestors demonstrate on the New Haven... News Photo1970-1979,Archival,Beard,Black And White,Black History in the US,Black Panther Party,Casual Clothing,Conflict,Connecticut,Crowd,Employment And Labor,Facial Hair,Females,Justice - Concept,Labor Union,Large Group Of People,Law,Leadership,Looking At Camera,Males,New Haven - Connecticut,North America,Outdoors,Photograph,Political Rally,Politics,Portrait,Prison,Protest,Protestor,Sentencing,Street,Sunglasses,USA,University,Waist Up,Yale University,Youth Culture,Youth OrganizationPhotographer Collection: Archive Photos 2006 Getty ImagesA group of young 'hippie' protestors demonstrate on the New Haven Green across the street from Yale University's Phelps Hall at a rally in favor of jailed Black Panther Party leaders, New Haven, Connecticut, May 1 or 2, 1970. The young, shirtless man at center stands beside two banners, one of which reads 'Free the Panthers.' (Photo by David Fenton/Getty Images)