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Black Panther Revolutionary Art

Emory Douglas served as the minister of culture for the black panther party from 1967 to it's discontinuation in the 1980s. This set of his work provides an interesting look at the artwork that was created to market their cause and reflects the sentiments held by many during this period. Each can be enlarged, and is accompanied by more information.

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles

• Pictures and/or Illustrations

• High School Middle School

Mark Hannah



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