Black Panther (1969) by Emory Douglas, graphic artist and former Black Panther Birthday party Minister of Tradition.
Drawing upon pictures of feminine warriors and revolutionaries, Douglas illustrates meant the world scopes of Black innovative politics. Collete Gaiter writes of Douglas’s internationally focused artwork in Black Panther: The Revolutionary Artwork of Emory Douglas:
Douglas sought to tackle capitalism and world media imperialism with the aid of visually and politically aligning the Panthers with the global liberation circulate. Images from Valuable The United States, Cuba, Asia, and Africa serve as fashions for representing revolution.
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