Emory Douglas

Visual artist and graphic designer, former “Revolutionary Artist” and Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party

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If you were going to a protest who might you turn to for inspiration for your poster?   Perhaps Emory Douglas.

The revolutionary art of Emory Douglas

If you were going to a protest who might you turn to for inspiration for your poster? Perhaps Emory Douglas.

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