International Indian Treaty Council
Late 20th Early 21st Century
23 in HIGH x 17.5 in WIDE
(58.42 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster has a central polychromatic circle containing images of a bird, helicopter, statue, soldier, and other imagery surounded by a black border and the words "International Indian Treaty Council" in black. To the left of the circle is the logo for the International Indian Treaty Council and at the right is the logo for the American Indian Movement, both in red, black, and white. The logos and circle are set on a beige background enclosed by a thick red border. Also within the beige box is the following black text and imagery: a geometric figure associated with the Big Mountain Resistance at the top left; a profile of a North American Indian with the name Leonard Peltier above at the top right; the date, place, time, and price of the event at the bottom right and the list of films, dinner entertainment, and guest speakers at the bottom left - all in black. A series of three red lines moves along each corner within the beige block, starting and terminating at one of the center of the edges. The lines at the bottom left contain the text "Navajo-Hopi Relocation Program" and the ones at the right has "Nelson Mandela Anti-Apartheid" - all in red. Centered at the top of the poster above the beige block is black text reading "International Day of Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples of the World" enclosed by horizontal beige lines at the top and bottom. Poster has a white border at all edges. |
Bookmark and Share