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Emory Douglas: The Black Panther Party and Revolutionary Art

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Uploaded on Nov 9, 2009

Emory Douglas first served as the art director for the Black Panther Partys newspaper, and later served as Minister of Culture until 1980. Throughout these years, Douglas iconic artwork was published in the BPP newspaper and beyond. His artwork is featured in the new book entitled Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas.

Douglas was interviewed in San Francisco by Angola 3 News in October 2009. This is the second segment of our interview to be released.

All artwork featured in this video is made by Emory Douglas. The artwork has been used by Angola 3 News with the permission of Emory Douglas, who retains the copyright on all images.

All photographs featured in this video are taken by Roz Payne, who is the editor of the 12-hour DVD release entitled "What We Want, What We Believe: The Black Panther Party Library" (AK Press, 2006). The photographs have been used by Angola 3 News with the permission of Roz Payne, who retains the copyright on all images.

Angola 3 News is an official project of the National Coalition to Free the Angola 3.

Our main website is: www.angola3news.com

Please visit our other websites too:

www.angola3.org

www.angola3action.org

www.a3grassroots.org

www.kingsfreelines.com

www.hermanshouse.org

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