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  1. As an activist, former political prisoner & leader in the Black Panther Party, educator & student I’ve devoted my life to the equitable treatment of all human beings—beyond the boundaries of race, age, culture, class, gender, sexual orientation, ability and status associated with citizenship.

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      Ericka Huggins is an educator, former Black Panther Party...

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      For over three decades Ericka has lectured throughout the...

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  2. Ericka Huggins (née Jenkins; born January 5, 1948) is an American activist, writer, and educator. She is a former leading member of the political organization, Black Panther Party (BPP). She was married to fellow BPP member John Huggins in 1968.

  3. Ericka Huggins is a human rights activist, poet, educator, and former Black Panther Party leader and political prisoner. Learn about her life, work, and achievements in this comprehensive biography, from her involvement in the March on Washington to her current role with World Trust.

  4. 22 de feb. de 2017 · Ericka Huggins dirigió la sección de Los Ángeles del Partido de las Panteras Negras con su marido, John Huggins, sólo para tener que enfrentarse a su asesinato; soportó dos años en la cárcel mientras esperaba el juicio con Bobby Seale; y más tarde se convirtió en directora de la innovadora Escuela Comunitaria de Oakland.

  5. Learn about Ericka Huggins' lifelong commitment to social justice, from the March on Washington to the Black Panther Party to OCS. Hear her stories of coalition building, gender equality, and visits from famous figures.

  6. Video library of Ericka's lectures, audio-recorded interviews, documentary excerpts, & more.

  7. 20 de nov. de 2023 · From the Black Panther Party to Black Trans Liberation, organizers Ericka Huggins and Qween Jean discuss solidarity and the struggle for trans liberation.