The Black Panther Black Community News Service Collection consists of 420 newspapers published by the Black Panther Party
between 1967-1980. Each issue was between 16-28 pages and featured a range of articles and op-eds on the activities of the
party, black power, police brutality, communism, and party leadership. The back of each issue featured artwork from artist
and Black Panther's Minister of Culture Emory Douglas. Beginning on March 13, 1971, the newspapers were re-named The Black
Panther Intercommunal News Service.