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Mary Lovelace O’Neal by Suzanne Jackson
The painting 'Grave Robbers' by Mary Lovelace O'Neal. A mixed media collage, including paper and paint, with intersecting geometrical patterns. The center of the piece is dark purple and blue. The right side of the piece has a thin panel of yellow and a column of red paint droplets. The left side of the piece has a panel of alternating blue and red squares.

The painters, who met in 1973, reflect on their experiences with student protests, the Black Panthers, and the pressure to be a “bigger guy” than their male counterparts.

Mary Lovelace O’Neal by Suzanne Jackson
The painting 'Grave Robbers' by Mary Lovelace O'Neal. A mixed media collage, including paper and paint, with intersecting geometrical patterns. The center of the piece is dark purple and blue. The right side of the piece has a thin panel of yellow and a column of red paint droplets. The left side of the piece has a panel of alternating blue and red squares.

The painters, who met in 1973, reflect on their experiences with student protests, the Black Panthers, and the pressure to be a “bigger guy” than their male counterparts.

Bouchra Khalili’s The Radical Ally by Sophie Kovel
Book cover of The Radical Ally by Bouchra Khalili

In February 1970, the Black Panther Party (BPP) sought political support from the French dissident writer Jean Genet, after his play The Blacks, which had recently traveled to New York, suggested he might be an ally.

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