Earl Anthony

Earl Anthony is a former Deputy Minister of Information for the Black Panther party, best known for his memoir, Picking Up the Gun, which describes the Panther’s internal power struggles and rivalries with other black militant groups.

According to the NY Times, Anthony wrote two plays in 1970: “The Misjudgment,” the story of a police informer killed by black militants, and “Charley Still Can’t Win the Wars on the Ground,” a satire on the moon landing.

NFT Credits

Credit Type Production Season
PlaywrightCharlie Can’t Win No Wars on the Ground & Misjudgement 1970-71 Season
PlaywrightBlack People’s Party 1981-82 Season