Culture BPP Culture Emory Douglas 23 August 2018 - 0 Submitted by Rage Souljah Black Panther Party's Minister of Culture speaks with Rage during the Black Panther Party's 50th anniversary. Mr. Douglas was born in Grand Rapid Michigan, and raised in the Bay Area. When incarcerated as a youth at Youth Training School, he was able to work in the prison print shop. He furthered his study in art at SF State, taking commercial art. By 1967, Emory Douglas joined the Black Panther Party as Minister of Culture, and became pivotal in Black Panther Community News Service, and paper the Black Panther. Black Panther Party RELATED ARTICLES Tupac Shakur R.A.P. ( REAL AFRICAN PROPHET) Sep 13, 2018/0 R.A.P.6-16-71 til 9-13-96 2pac Amaru Shakur· AN ESSAY ON THE RISE AND FALL OF MISTA-FUCK-A-COP THE HIP-HOP GENERATIONS NEWEST MARTYR Gods of Rap Part 2 Sep 03, 2018/0 Part 2: Special Edition of Race for the Times on Blax Radio. Gods of Rap Part 1 Sep 03, 2018/0 Special Edition of Race for the Times on Blax Radio. Umars Message Sep 03, 2018/0 Umar Bin Hasan of The Last Poets give a message to artists. Filmed at the Malcolm X Jazz Festival Oakland CA 2008. Richard Dedeaux Watts Prophet Tribute Aug 27, 2018/0 A tribute to Richard Dedeaux of the Watts Prophets. After the passing of one of the founding members of The Watts Prophets, the remaining members got together with the community in remembrance at the historic Mavericks Flat on Crenshaw in Los Angeles. Race for the Times Trailer #1 Aug 23, 2018/0 Race for the Times presents a Documentary Series "RFT The Documental" Coming Soon. This series will feature the volumes of content captured over 20 years, from freedom fighters to culture creators. Add new comment Your name Subject Comment About text formats Plain text No HTML tags allowed. Lines and paragraphs break automatically. Web page addresses and email addresses turn into links automatically.