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Es la hora de la suprema definicion: Jibaros o Yanquis! Celebremos la Resistencia de un Pueblo Luchador ... Directamente de Puerto Rico Grupo Mapaye ... [poster]
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Es la hora de la suprema definicion: Jibaros o Yanquis! Celebremos la Resistencia de un Pueblo Luchador ... Directamente de Puerto Rico Grupo Mapaye ... [poster]

San Francisco: Movimiento de Liberacion Nacional (M.L.N.), et al., n.d.. 17.5x23 inch screenprint poster depicting Pedro Albizu Campos, horizontal fold, closed edge tears.

$95.00

Malcolm X born: May 19, 1925: Ho Chi Minh born: May 19, 1890 [poster]
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Malcolm X born: May 19, 1925: Ho Chi Minh born: May 19, 1890 [poster]

By [Jernegan, John]

[San Francisco]: [People's Press], 1978. 22.5x17.5 inch silkscreened poster, colors still bright, but with corner creases at left; depicts portraits of the two revolutionaries who shared a birthday (and coincidentally worked for stints at the same Boston hotel) side by side. Printed anonymously, but a 1978 catalog of publications from People's Press provides the artist's name.

$30.00

Josep Anself Clave; i el naixement del cant coral a Catalunya 1850-1874
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Josep Anself Clave; i el naixement del cant coral a Catalunya 1850-1874

By Carbonell I Guberna, Jaume

Cabrera de Mar: Galerada, 2000. Paperback. 798p., illustrated with a section in color on glazed inserted paperstock (tickets and posters) plus a few b&w portraits, a handsome softbound production in frenchfold wraps: clean, sound and unmarked.

$30.00

Lesbian/Gay Veterans Day: marching to a different drummer [handbill/poster] Coming out in World War II; a slide/talk with a focus on gay men by Allan Berube
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Lesbian/Gay Veterans Day: marching to a different drummer [handbill/poster] Coming out in World War II; a slide/talk with a focus on gay men by Allan Berube

By Berube, Allan

New York: Lesbian & Gay Project of New York, 1980. Single8.5x14 inch handbill/poster printed one side with 1940s-era drawing of soldiers, sailors and WACs, event information at bottom, horizontal fold crease, crinkling to top edge.

$15.00

Harlem heart beat [poetry broadside]
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Harlem heart beat [poetry broadside]

By Bartee, Rich; Jemel Carma

New York: Cross City" / Gospel Gold Productions, 1983. 11x17 inch broadside, horizontal fold crease, stains at edge. Not found in OCLC as of May 2019. "Starting with the arts, everybody doing their parts / everybody getting protection from the 'spiritual connection' / movin' in a positive direction, striving for perfection / There is a beat, that can't be beat, in the heart of Harlem...

$45.00

Making Love [film poster]
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Making Love [film poster]

Los Angeles: 20th Century Fox, 1981. Small film poster, 13x20 inches, glossy stock, horizontal fold crease, light wear, color publicity photo. The film featured Michael Ontkean and Kate Kackson as a married couple who must come to terms with the husband's realization late in the marriage that he is gay and involved with another man played by Harry Hamlin. Premiered in February 1982.

$20.00

America is a Democracy Only as Long as it Represents the Will of the People [poster]
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America is a Democracy Only as Long as it Represents the Will of the People [poster]

Berkeley: Kamakazi Design Group, 1970. 17.5x22.5 inch poster, very good, Design is adapted from an iconic photo of a Jewish family being rounded up in Nazi Germany. Text below lists thirteen "things YOU can do" to resist the Vietnam War.

$175.00

Western states mobilization for No US intervention in Central America and the Caribbean, End US support for South African apartheid, Jobs and justice, not war; Freeze and reverse the nuclear arms race [poster]
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Western states mobilization for No US intervention in Central America and the Caribbean, End US support for South African apartheid, Jobs and justice, not war; Freeze and reverse the nuclear arms race [poster]

By Mobilization for Peace, Jobs, and Justice

San Francisco: the Mobilization, 1987. 11x17 inch poster, very good. Marches were held in SF and Washington DC.

$35.00

5th Anniversary Benefit. Japantown Art and Media Workshop [screenprint poster]
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5th Anniversary Benefit. Japantown Art and Media Workshop [screenprint poster]

By Aratani, Gail [artist]

San Francisco: Japantown Art and Media Workshop, 1982. 17.5x23 inch poster, colorful screenprinted design, but lower left corner worn, top and bottom have darkened rectangles where tape was formerly affixed.

$80.00

Black Lesbians and Gays / from silence to celebration / Boyond the 28 days / 7th Annual National Black Gay and Lesbian Conference and Institutes [poster]
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Black Lesbians and Gays / from silence to celebration / Boyond the 28 days / 7th Annual National Black Gay and Lesbian Conference and Institutes [poster]

Secaucus, NJ: the Conference, 1994. 18x24 inch poster, very good. Artwork is by Durham (no first name given).

$125.00

Week of solidarity with People\'s Front for the Liberation of Oman (PFLO) [poster]
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Week of solidarity with People's Front for the Liberation of Oman (PFLO) [poster]

Berkeley: Iranian Students Association in US, 1975. 11x17 inch poster, depiction of guerrillas, simple map below. Pinholes at corners, otherwise very good. Calls for demonstrations in San Francisco.

$75.00

Nous sommes tous indesirables / \
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Nous sommes tous indesirables / "We are all undesirables." Danny Cohn-Bendit, French uprising may-june '68 [poster]

New York: Times Change Press, 1970. 15x22 inch poster, very good, an American reprint of a French original. Depicts Daniel Cohn-Bendit, kicked out of France after the events of May 1968.

$95.00

Would you let this man stand in the way of your bottom line? [poster]
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Would you let this man stand in the way of your bottom line? [poster]

San Francisco: International Friends of Wei Jingsheng, [199-]. 11x17 inch poster, faint horizontal crease, otherwise very good. Small image of the "Tank man," a civilian who stood in front of a line of tanks at Tiananmen Square. Final line: "Business is the enemy of human rights and knows it.

$95.00

Attention workingmen! Great mass-meeting to-night, at 7.30 o\'clock, Haymarket, Randolph St., Bet. Desplaines and Halsted [facsimile reprint of Haymarket broadside]
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Attention workingmen! Great mass-meeting to-night, at 7.30 o'clock, Haymarket, Randolph St., Bet. Desplaines and Halsted [facsimile reprint of Haymarket broadside]

By [Haymarket rally]

n.p., n.d.. 12x18 inch poster on tan paper with untrimmed right edge; very good. "Good speakers will be present to denounce the latest atrocious act of the police, the shooting of our fellow-workmen yesterday afternoon." The lower half of the broadside is a German translation of the above text. A reprint of one of the most historically significant broadsides in labor history.

$30.00

March Against the Draft [poster]
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March Against the Draft [poster]

By [Boston Alliance Against Registration and the Draft]

Boston: BAARD, 1980. 11x17 inch poster, very good, promoting an event that featured Daniel Ellsberg, Howard Zinn, Grace Paley, Michio Kaku and others.

$75.00

[Poster depicting police in riot gear in Berkeley]
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[Poster depicting police in riot gear in Berkeley]

[Berkeley]: [Political Poster Workshop at the University of California, Berkeley], 1970. 21.75x14.75 inch poster silkscreened on the back of conjoined sheets of computer printout paper, as usual for the products of this workshop at Berkeley. Perforated sprocket edge strips mostly intact, printed off-center, a closed tear at right edge extending into the design. In the Maggs Bros book "4973: Berkeley Protest Posters 1970," this poster is unlisted. Participants in the Political Poster Workshop practiced the techniques of silkscreened poster production on sheets of used computer printout paper. Most of the products of this workshop are very scarce, for obvious reasons.

$125.00

Think Different [poster parodying an Apple computer advertising campaign, with a portrait of Mumia Abu Jamal]
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Think Different [poster parodying an Apple computer advertising campaign, with a portrait of Mumia Abu Jamal]

n.p.: Parody Productions, [199-]. 11x17 inch poster, very good. The apple emblem has been turned red, black and green. Small text at the bottom says "Thing again. When Apple uses images of Cesar Chavez and Rosa Parks, Apple goes for the bottom line." The "Think different" campaign began in 1997.

$30.00

Angela Davis [poster]
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Angela Davis [poster]

By Mosley, David; artist

n.p., 1969. 23x29 inch poster, pinholes at corners, foxing across lower field, upper left corner torn off. David Mosley produced a number of posters of contemporary Black icons in the late 1960s and 1970s.

$250.00

The Fighting Filipinos. We will always fight for freedom! [poster]
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The Fighting Filipinos. We will always fight for freedom! [poster]

n.p.: Philippine War Relief (of the US) Inc, 1943. 13.5x22 inch poster, vry good, depicting a man in tattered uniform holding a Philippine flag aloft as he prepares to hurl a grenade with the other hand. In Denis Judd's "Posters of World War Two" a similar poster is on page 158.

$375.00

Want\' aides: le retour du risque [brochure/newsletter] #5
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Want' aides: le retour du risque [brochure/newsletter] #5

Paris: AIDES Ile-de-France, 2000. Eight-panel brochure folded to 6x8.25 inches, text in French, photos, very good on glossy stock which unfolds to a 16.5x23.5 inch b&w poster. Several articles about the resurgeance of AIDS and a call for volunteers to join the organization with ads from several gay bars and clubs as well as the poster on rear and a schedule of events. Brochure and newsletter.

$12.00

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