Pantera Negra: el arte revolucionario de Emory Douglas

Sam Durant

The conceptual brilliance and raw emotive power of Emory Douglas’s masterful cartoons and illustrations for The Black Panther newspaper and the party’s other propaganda media –posters, banners, buttons, record albums, bumper stickers, and broadsides– brought the Panther’s revolutionary analisys and daring grassroots political action program to vivid life for millions of oppressed African Americans and their white radical sympathizers. Emory’s precision of statement and bold, defiant, depiction of the common people and their struggle against the oppressor made the Panthers’ message impossible to ignore and inspired untold thousands to join the movement for freedom, justice, education, and equal rights. Emory Douglas played a key role in building a mass following for the Black Panther Party and the black liberation struggle of the 1960s and ‘70s.

—John Sinclair

This edition, prepared by Sam Durant, presents the work of Emory Douglas as Minister of Culture of the Black Panther Party, primarily for the pages of the newspaper The Black Panther. The images are accompanied by the texts of numerous artists and collaborators such as Danny Glover, Bobby Seale, Sam Durant, Kathleen Cleaver and Colette Gaiter. An interview conducted with Douglas by St. Clair Bourne is also included.

This edition not authorized by the artist. For complete authorized edition contact Rizzoli International at 300 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10010

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