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Oakland, CA February 29, 1968 - Huey Newton is interviewed at the Alameda County Courthouse. (Howard Erker / Oakland Tribune)

Published September 27, 1968; May 30, 1970.

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This Day in Black History: Feb. 17, 1942

Huey P. Newton is born.
American Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks poses as she works as a seamstress, shortly after the beginning of the Montgomery bus boycott, Montgomery, Alabama, February 1956. (Photo by Don Cravens/The LIFE Images Collection via Getty Images/Getty Images)

This Day in Black History: Feb. 4, 1913

Rosa Parks is born.
Atlanta Teen Shot and Killed by Fake Police  - Trayvon Martin, 17, was recently the victim of gunfire by a community watch volunteer, and now authorities are investigating a shooting in which two African-American security guards are said to have shot and killed 18-year-old Ervin Jefferson last week just minutes away from his home in metro Atlanta.  Police confirmed the young man was shot by security guards from the Village at Wesley Chapel Apartments, located minutes from Jefferson’s home in DeKalb, Georgia. (Photo: Courtesy CBS Atlanta)

Atlanta Teen Shot and Killed by Fake Police

Two security guards allegedly fatally shot Ervin Jefferson.
LAPD Accuses Cop of Racial Profiling  - For the first time ever, the Los Angeles Police Department found one of its officers guilty of racial profiling on Monday. An LAPD investigation found 15-year police veteran and motorcycle officer Patrick Smith guilty of pulling over primarily Latino drivers based solely on their race. In addition, he misidentified the drivers as white in routine paperwork to conceal the fact he had a disproportionate number of stops involving Latino drivers.(Photo: Bret Hartman - Pool/Getty Images)

LAPD Accuses Cop of Racial Profiling

A Los Angeles police officer was found guilty of profiling.

Commentary: George Zimmerman Is Not the Only Arrest Needed to Be Made

Sanford police officers showed questionable behavior.
Trayvon Martin

U.S. Could Bring Hate Charge in Fla. Teen Shooting

Zimmerman reportedly uttered a racial slur on 911 call.
Feds Charge Three With Hate Crimes in Mississippi - Three white men were charged with federal hate crimes for attacking and running over James Craig Anderson, a 47-year-old auto plant worker, with a pick-up truck in Mississippi in June 2011. John Aaron Rice, Dylan Butler and Deryl Dedmon were charged in documents sealed in U.S. District Court in Jackson on Thursday morning.(AP Photo/The Clarion-Ledger, Joe Ellis)

Feds Charge Three with Hate Crimes in Mississippi

James Anderson, 47, was run over by a pick-up truck.

Commentary: Trayvon Martin Is the Emmett Till of a New Generation

Trayvon Martin's death reveals historic race issues.

Rights Leaders Keep Up Pressure in Fla. Shooting

NAACP, others want George Zimmerman arrested.
NAACP Rallies for Arrest of Trayvon Martin's Killer - On the heels of the Department of Justice’s announcement that it will open an investigation into the shooting of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, the NAACP hosted a town hall meeting Tuesday night where community leaders planned further demonstrations on behalf of the slain teen and called for the arrest of shooter George Zimmerman.(Photo: AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

Was Fla. Shooter a Vigilante or Good Neighbor?

People are wondering about Zimmerman's motives.