Editorial: BPP Unreleased Newspaper (tabloid)
The Black Panther Party Newspaper Unreleased
(tabloid)
A graphic newspaper that echoes the style and work of Emory Douglas. Inside there are collages of covers created by the artist for the Black Panther Party and my personal graphic reinterpretations



The Black Panther was the official newspaper of the Black Panther Party. It began as a four-page newsletter in Oakland, California, in 1967, and was founded by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale. It was the main publication of the party and was soon sold in several large cities across the United States, as well as having an international readership. The newspaper distributed information about the party's activities, and expressed through articles the ideology of the Black Panther Party, focusing on both international revolutions as inspiration and contemporary racial struggles of African Americans across the United States
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Editorial: BPP Unreleased Newspaper (tabloid)
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Editorial: BPP Unreleased Newspaper (tabloid)

A graphic newspaper that echoes the style and work of Emory Douglas. Inside there are collages of covers created by the artist for the Black Pant Read More
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