Aboriginal revolutionary and founding member of the Black Panther Party of Australia (BPPA)
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Dennis Walker seen here with Pastor Don Brady at a Brisbane protest, supported the ideals of the U.S. Black Panthers in the development of social programmes such as the 'Pig' Patrol, Breakfast programme, and Health & Legal services whilst also demanding the right to defend themselves against violence.
Walker was one of the new young generation of black activists who demanded their rights and at times alienated some of the older generation of Aborigines who had struggled for social justice.
Communists Denis Freney, Frank Hardy and Black Panther Denis Walker in the one photograph would have interested ASIO concerened as it was that Black activism was a front for Communism
Here Gary Foley is seen with Black Panther Denis Walker. Walker was regarded as one of the most militant activists in Australia. Gary Foely claims that Walker kept an oil drum of black dye in his backyard and all new clothes were boiled to produce a uniform fashion statement.
Foley with other members of the Black Panther Party of Australia. Gary Williams, Denis Walker and