Who were the Black Panthers and why do their stories matter? One thing is certain—their radical rhetoric, militant posture, and incendiary activism continue to resonate throughout American culture and identity. In Panther Baby, activist, author, filmmaker, and Oscar nominee Jamal Joseph combines political history with memoir to illustrate the turbulent history of the Party. Watch him in conversation with poet of the Black Arts Movement, Sonia Sanchez, as these two vital voices—which have mined their lives on the frontlines of art and activism—consider the Black Panther Party.