Greenham women against Cruise
c. 1984
22.75 in HIGH x 15.8125 in WIDE
(57.78 cm HIGH x 40.16 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Center edge in small lettering reads, "For more information call: Center for Constitutional Rights, 674-3303."

Poster is printed on newsprint paper with black ink. The bottom of the poster has three black bars with text that reads, "Greenham Women Against Cruise." The center right has four photographs of women protesting. The top of the poster reads, "The women of Europe fear for their lives. They live in the shadow of 572 first strike US nuclear weapons which will be deployed in Belgium, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands and West Germany by January 1, 1984. Many of these women have lived outside Greenham Common US Air Force Base, England for over two years, constantly protesting weapons which promise destruction of all life in Europe. To stop the imminent siting of Cruise missiles in England, the women of Greenham Common will bring suit November 9 against Ronald Reagan and high ranking US Air Force officials. Support the women of Greenham Common. The center left has two boxes with information. The top box reads, "All-night vigil/ Outside Federal District Court/ Foley Square, Manhattan/ November 8-9." The bottom box reads, "Demonstration/ 12 noon/ Federal District Court/ Foley Square, Manhattan/ November 9."

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