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Discussing the power of black art with the graphic artist behind The Black Panther Party

In this episode of PUNCHLINES, Matt Wuerker interviews the Black Panther’s chief art director Emory Douglas. They discuss the power of black art in the 1960s and its influence in today’s Black Lives Matter movement.

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