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Emory Douglas, poster from The Black Panther, August 23, 1972,  offset lithograph, Collection of the Center for Study of Political Graphics,  Los Angeles, © Emory Douglas

“We had an office in East Oakland when César Chavez and the United Farm Workers were marching from the valley to the state capital. The toxins being used on produce, particularly on lettuce, were causing all kinds or health problems for the workers and their families. They happened to be marching by our office so we saw them and started talking. They were hungry. We called and made arrangements to take them down to the community school because it had a big cafete

Black Panther, November 8, 1969 Offset lithograph 20 1/3 x 14 in (51.5 x 35.6 cm) Collection Alden and Mary Kimbrough © 2009 Emory Douglas / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York @newmuseum

Angela Davis, Black Panther Party newspaper. Design & illustration by Emory Douglas.

Black Panther Party newspaper. Design & illustration by Emory Douglas.

Emory Douglas Poster for black panthers “People who were educators in the party suggested that we should start our own schools. The Oakland Community School had 200 kids and a waiting list of over 1000. The party had preschools and childcare centers all over the Bay Area and around the country, from preschool on up to 9th grade. We had a professional staff, we had people into academics from the universities

Black Panther Party poster, 1969 Design and illustration: Emory Douglas Emory Douglas was the Revolutionary Artist and Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party. He art directed the Black...

Emory Douglas - The Black Panther

Black Panther Party poster Design and illustration: Emory Douglas

Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas | MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas