Missing! Have you seen us?

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Upon the one year anniversary of the Baltimore Uprising and the murder of Freddie Gray, I noticed something very big missing from activism in the city, something that was there and prominent this time last year— Continue reading

Emory Douglas: Printmaking with a Purpose

The Black Panther was an independent publication and the official newspaper of the Black Panther Party between 1968-1973. The newspaper was an effective and entertaining way to get the news of the party out to its members and the public and covered everything from calls to action to op-ed comedy pieces. When it came to print design, The Black Panther really brought something to the table, and no one was more central to “the look” than Continue reading