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Poster House - Panther Poster Power

The powerful Black Panther exhibition chronicles how the Black Panther Party devised a specific graphic language with the widespread distribution of printed materials like The Black Panther newspaper, and political campaign posters to control its own narrative and brand Black nationalism. The Black Panther Party relied heavily on the use of graphics and posters to the dissemination of information; they effectively exposed the public to radical images that captured a shift in tone in the fight for civil rights. On view at Poster House - 119 W 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011.

* Audio of Black Panther Party founders: Bobby Seal and Huey P. Newton added by Rage Against Ordinary.

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