Come Celebrate International Women's Day
c. 1972
30 in HIGH x 20 in WIDE
(76.20 cm HIGH x 50.80 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right corner has "Committee for International Women's Day Labor Donated."

The center of the poster has a drawing of two women grasping hands. The woman on the left is in early 20th century dress and has 1908 written above her hand. She is holding a sign with Right to Vote 8 hour day Abolish Child Labor" printed on it. The woman on the right has on a short skirt and turtleneck and has 1972 written above her hand. She is holdind a sign with "Childcare Equal Pay for Equal Work" printed on it. The poster reads from top to bottom, "Come Celebrate International Women's Day/ Friday, March 10th; 7:30 pm/ Women Speaking on:/ Strike support (wife of Rohr. Ind. striker)/ Conditions on welfare (welfare recipient)/ protective Legislation for women (San Jose worker)/ Women workers in China (Mary Lou Greenberg, member of Revolutionary Union)/ songs, skits & film/ Salt of the Earth/ Raphael Weill Elementary School/ 1501 O'Farrel, S.F./ Free Admission/ Child Care." The Revolutionary Union became the Revolutionary Communist Party in 1975. [LMC]
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