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To get you started on your photo search for OMCA's Party People Photo Contest, here is a list of landmarks in Oakland and Berkeley connected to the history of the Black Panthers. You can use any of the sites on this list for your photo, or come up with your own! Get creative and think outside of the box. Photos next to artworks, murals, and more obscure references are encouraged. 

Please note: Many of the locations on this list are privately owned. Please respect private property and do not disturb residents or trespass.

Black Panther Party Landmarks: A Partial List

Black Panther Party Office #1 (now It’s All Good Bakery)
5622 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Oakland
 
Black Panther Party Office #2
4419 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Oakland
 
Black Panther Party Office #3
3106 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley
 
Black Panther Party Office #4
1048 Peralta Street, Oakland
 
DeFremery Park (aka Little Bobby Hutton Memorial Park)
1651 Adeline Street, Oakland
 
Alameda County Superior Court
12th and Fallon Streets, Oakland
 
Oakland Museum of California,
Gallery of California Art (Sam Durant’s sculpture, a bronzed wicker fan back chair, referring to a famous Huey P. Newton photograph) 
1000 Oak Street, Oakland
 
Huey Newton’s Penthouse
1200 Lakeshore Drive, Oakland
 
St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church (site of the first free breakfast program, now St. Andrew’s Baptist Church)
2624 West Street at 27th Street, Oakland
 
April 6, 1968 Shootout
1218 28th Street at Union Street, Oakland
 
October 28, 1967 Shootout
7th and Willow Streets, Oakland
 
Huey P. Newton’s Murder
1456 Center Street, Oakland
 
McClymonds High School
2607 Myrtle Street, Oakland
 
Market and 55th Street (where the Panthers wrote their first draft of the Ten-Point Program, also the location of an historic marker on a traffic signal)
5500 Market Street, Oakland
 
Merritt Junior College (former location)
5714 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Oakland