eco echo one people's park
Late 20th Early 21st Century
22.5 in HIGH x 8.75 in WIDE
(57.15 cm HIGH x 22.22 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"250" handwritten in pencil on recto bottom right.

Poster has black and white images and black text on white newspaper. top half of poster shows the image of a snake twisted around the trunk of a tree bearing fruit. The bottom half of the poster has a poem that reads "they dallied with the sublime. they took it from the animals and the plants. they took it from the poor from time immemorable. they took it from the Indians who lived as one with the land. they took it from the Mexicans. they took it from the Blacks. they took it from the air we breathe and the water we drink. they took it from us with a bulldozer, cyclone fence and four thousand Officers-of-the-State. it is going. it will soon be gone. it is Turf". Centered at the bottom of the poster is the text "eco echo one people''s park". On verso is additional text and a photo in the lower right corner of an Asian American toddler. The text is divided into two columns down the page with three sections of centered, non-columned text interspersed between the rows of text.
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