nbc5i link DALLAS -- A new community activist group, calling itself The New Black Panther Party, marched in front of the Dallas Police Department Thursday. The group demanded a meeting with interim Dallas Police Chief Randy Hampton or organization members would violently take to city streets. The group's radical demands prompted the original Black Panther Party to say its members want nothing to do with the new incarnation. During the demonstration, members of The New Black Panther Party called police racists and violent. They also called Anglos "devils" and threatened to get guns if the group fails to have its demands met. "We are fighting for the freedom of our people," New Black Panther spokesman Derick Brown (pictured, left) said through a bullhorn. "We're ready to die in self-defense." Brown also turned the group's attention toward media members covering the demonstration. "Put that on your camera," he said through the bullhorn. "Write that up in your newspaper. Did you copy that story? Did you get the truth of everything? Y'all half the damn street's problem." The group's accusations against police and whites, and its threat of retrieving weapons, had police officers wondering who was racist and violent, according to an NBC 5 report. The New Black Panther Party demonstrated for about an hour before Hampton agreed to a meeting later in the day. The new Panthers arrived after the specified time, but Hampton still conducted the meeting.