Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Bobby Seale - "Revolutionary Humanist" Speaker

Bobby Seale is the founding Chairman and National Organizer of the Black Panther Party, 1966 to 1974. In his life time he has lectured at more than 2000 Colleges & Universities, averaging two [2] appearances each across the USA, plus several hundred community and protest movement Speaking-advocacy events since 1967 when his name first became a house whole reference.

Bobby Seale lead an armed delegation into the California State legislature May 2nd, 1967. Since that time Mr. Seale, who survived two major political court room trials, one slated as the Trial Of The Century, is a sixties icon who has appeared on more than a thousand television interview shows, a thousand radio interviews, with more than two thousand print media articles, with the latest TV and Radio appearances numbering over one hundred, plus the media promotion of the musical soundtrack to the documentary film Public Enemy.

Seale and his wife Leslie define themselves as a "revolutionary humanist". Bobby Seale has remained a social change activist for 40 years: since spring semester 1962 at Merritt College in Oakland California. More than a hundred million plus people know of Bobby Seale and he is today networked with more than a thousand former BPP members across the USA.