All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50

Thu Jan 19 (full schedule below)
Oakland Museum of California
11am - 5pm, till 9pm on Fri
Art Exhibit, Arts, Museums
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The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) will present a major exhibition to coincide with the 50th anniversary the Black Panther Party’s founding on October 15, 1966, in Oakland. Presenting a contemporary view of the Black Panther Party’s legacy from multiple perspectives, the project will show how the Party continues to inspire culture, social activism, and community empowerment efforts locally, nationally, and internationally. The exhibition explores the Black Panther Party as a necessary, heroic, and human response to societal needs. Informed by insights from former Black Panthers, artists, scholars, and community members, the exhibition will feature art installations, historical photographs and media presentations, artifacts, and contemporary works of art.



Oakland Museum of California
1000 Oak St
Oakland, CA
Thu Jan 19 (11am - 5pm, till 9pm on Fri)
Fri Jan 20 (11am - 5pm, till 9pm on Fri)
Sat Jan 21 (10am - 6pm)
Sun Jan 22 (10am - 6pm)
Wed Jan 25 (11am - 5pm, till 9pm on Fri)


  1. Oakland Museum of California
    1000 Oak St, Oakland, CA