Emory Douglas became an influential force within the Black Panther Party. Douglas’ images were printed in the newspaper, The Black Panther. His depictions of African Americans as revolutionary fighters, instead of victims, and illustrations of pigs in place of police and politicians made Douglas a hero to his community and a subject of an investigation by the United States government.
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My name is Anthony Tyrone Howard and I’ve been creating visual art & creative Technology for two decades. I’m dedicated to solving business and creative problems using a combination of digital and traditional tools. I’m a visual problem-solver, business designer, and creative technologist. I help companies and organizations transform their ideas into influential products and services. I have years of diverse experience. I started my career as a Flash animator but over the past 20 years, I’ve worked within the realms of online education, commercial advertising, branding design, interactive development, pharmaceutical marketing, STEM program development, graphic novel illustration, and game design.View all of Anthony Howard's posts.