Late 20th Early 21st Century
16.875 in HIGH x 11 in WIDE
(42.86 cm HIGH x 27.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom left: New Earth Press / Union Shop / Berkeley, California" logo "Soy Ink / "Recycle" Symbol / Recycled Paper". "Labor donated by New Earth Press". | Bottom right, inside border: "Sponsored by Food Not Bombs and the Berkeley Religious Coalition with the Homeless". | Bottom right:"For more information call Food Not Bombs at 644-4187". | Top right: "Join the Free Box / Fashion Show".

Poster is printed on white paper. Poster is a notice for a march and rally in People''s Park in Berkeley, CA. Poster has a thin black border with black text and black and white images. At the top of the poster is black text that reads: "March / To Keep Free Food And The / Free Box In People''s Park!". There are three black and white images, one shows a groupd of people handing out food, the second shows a group of Indian men dancing in full regalia and the third shows a group of people in front of a bulleton board. At the top right is text that reads: "Tuesday, Nov. 28 / March from / People''s Park at 5:00 pm / Rally at Provo Park / at 6:00pm". Under the top left image is text that reads: "We are joining the Berkeley Religious Coalition with the / Homelesss at 6:00 across the street from / the City Council meeting @ Center & MLK. / At 7:00 we will enter the Cith Council meeting to express / our support for continued homeless services in People''s Park". Below this text is a gray box with black text that reads: "The City Council is ging to decide / on whether to ban free food and / the free box in People''s Park!". At the lower right side is a a numbered list of text that reads: "Rally And Speakout / Demand That The City Council: / 1) Not Interfere With Free Meals In The / Parl And Oppose Any UC Interference / With Food Not Bombs And Other Food / Providers. / (2) Let The Free Box Stay. / (3) Oppose All efforts To Remove the / Homeless From The Telegraph Area. / (4) Insist On City Management Of The Park / (Not UC) As An Interim Step To Ceding / The Park To A Community Land Trust". At the very bottom of the poster is a gray box with black text that reads: "On October 21st someone set fire to the freebox. / on November 6th the box was / again vandalized with a chainsaw. When asked about these incidences, two police / officers in the park just laughed. No investigation is occuring. The recent / free box vandalism symbolizes UC''s renewed attack on user development. / Join Us to resist these attacks and keep human services in People''s Park.".
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