Coopted in 1968 as part of the FBI's Counter Intelligence Program, the Black Panther Coloring Book was used to discredit the Black Panthers in the eyes of the white population. This new edition, created by artists Corey Presha and Bill Sullivan, brings the drawings into a new context influenced by the last 50 years of history. With the text removed, a series of drawings once deemed "too offensive" by the Panthers are now almost sympathetic when viewed through the lens of the struggle of Black people, the oppressed finally getting over on the oppressor.
8.5 x 11 in., 24 pages
Softcover, staple bound, laser jet print
Published by SUN