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Emory Douglas worked as the Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party for Self Defense from 1967 until the discontinuation of the Party in the 1980s. He’s been called the “Norman Rockwell of the ghetto”, and is known for his powerful illustrations in The Black Panther newspaper often depicting poor African Americans, most of who were aggravated, outraged, and ready for a fight. Read more...

Emory Douglas and the visual language of the Black Panther Party

Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas | MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles  http://www.moca.org/emorydouglas/

“This is talking about how people in the movement were demonized. People always tried to call them common criminals and thugs. This artwork is contradicting that. He’s saying I’m a liberator, a freedom fighter.

Emory Douglas- The Art of the Black Panther Party

The revolutionary art of Emory Douglas, Black Panther

Emory Douglas, culture minister and artist-in-residence of the Black Panther Party, is celebrated in a collection of his works at Urbis, Manchester

Black Panther: The revolutionary art of Emory Douglas | "Death to the fascist pigs" | Dangerous Minds

soldiers-of-war: “ Black Panther Party posters, by Emory Douglas. Emory Douglas joined the BPP in 1967 and served as Minister of Culture, designing artwork that became potent symbols of the movement.

unmundofeliz: The art of self-defense / The art of Emory Douglas

unmundofeliz: The art of self-defense / The art of Emory Douglas

EMORY DOUGLAS: THE ART OF THE BLACK PANTHERS

Emory Douglas: The Art of The Black Panthers

Emory Douglas' art takes him from Black Panthers to the Walker — MPR News

"Misery Misery? Ain't we got a right to the tree of life?" Although the posters often portrayed harsh conditions, there was no self-pity. The woman in this drawing, hand on her hip in defiance, shared her home with an oversized rat, 1971. (George Jackson issue)  Artist: Emory Douglas

The Revolution Will Be Visualized: Emory Douglas in the Black Panther

"U.S. Imperialism. Get out of Africa. Get out of Asia. Get out of Latin America. Get out of the ghetto."  Artist: Emory Douglas

Why dont people use their power for the greater good? why is influence greatly associated with pain and suffering?

Emory Douglas

The revolutionary art of Emory Douglas, Black Panther

Emory Douglas, culture minister and artist-in-residence of the Black Panther Party, is celebrated in a collection of his works at Urbis, Manchester

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