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Emory Douglas was the Black Panther Party's Minister of Culture and chief art director for the party's important newspaper for twelve years. In these roles, he gave visual dimension to the party's revolutionary message and mission, broadening the party's impact within a larger cultural framework. Sam Durant is a Los Angeles-based artist. Danny Glover, the accomplished actor, producer, and director best known for his Lethal Weapon movies, attended San Francisco State during the years the Black Panther party was active in the Bay Area. He's credited the party with having a profound influence on both his creative development and political consciousness. Amiri Baraka is a writer and political activist who lives in Newark, New Jersey. Kathleen Cleaver, attorney, author, and senior lecturer at Yale University and Emory Law School, joined the Black Panther Party in 1967. St. Clair Bourne is a veteran filmmaker. Colette Gaiter is an associate professor at the University of Delaware. Greg Morozumi is artistic director of the EastSide Arts Alliance in Oakland, California. Sonia Sanchez is a poet.
Finally gonna see a movie featuring the art in this book.Published 2 months ago by Anthony Woodfolk Jr
I met Emory in May here in Sweden where he talked about The Black Panters and show pictures of his work. So I just decided that I MUST have this book. And I found it!Published on June 5, 2013 by Anna Arten
As an individual who grew up in San Francisco during the 1960s, I depended on the graphic interpretations of Emory Douglas to translate to my young mind the more complicated... Read morePublished on December 6, 2010 by Sharon A. Pittman