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Artwork of Gaye Dickson, Black Panther Party artist 1972-1977 

"A number of her artworks were on the back of the BPP newspaper. Asali, as we called her (and that is the way she signed her artwork). Her images of strong women from the community, and soft touch for drawing young children was right on time."

Via Bill Jennings

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