Watch This: Black Panther Artist Talks Politics and ‘Night Catches Us’

By  · Published on December 2nd, 2010

Night Catches Us, the drama featuring Anthony Mackie (The Hurt Locker) and Kerry Washington (For Colored Girls), aims its sights on racial tension in 1970s Philadelphia to show another side of brotherly love.

Director/Writer Tanya Hamilton got to speak with Black Panther artist and Minister of Culture Emory Douglas who gives some fascinating insights into the goals of the divisive group and the personal elements of the racial struggle.

The film hits theaters this Friday.

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