Earl L. Scarborough (1934-2001) was one of ten Black artists exhibited at New York's Merino Gallery in 1956, and was a graduate of Langston University. According to an Oakland Tribune profile on 25 September 1968, these posters were "selling at a phenomenal rate in many department stores in the Eastbay and San Francisco." The artist explained that "White beauty has already been established, and I'm simply trying to add another flower to that bouquet of beauty."
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