You can't sink a rainbow
c. 1985
23.75 in HIGH x 16.75 in WIDE
(60.32 cm HIGH x 42.54 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom edge has "Profits made form the sale of this poster will be used to contiune the Warrior's campaign for peace. "

Poster has a drawing of a large sailing ship on the ocean with a stormy sky and a rainbow above. The ship is green with a dove on the bow and "Greenpeace" on the side. Below the image is "You can't sink a Rainbow" in black script lettering. Under this is "On July 10, 1985, agents of the French government bombed and sank the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior in Auckland, New Zealand. Crewmember Fernando Pereira drowned as a result. The attack ocurred just days before the Rainbow Warrior was to lead a Peace Flotilla of boats to Mooruroa Atoll, where the government of France regularly expdes nuclear bombs as part of its weapons-testing program." On the right is a list of Greenpeace offices in Austraila, New Zealand, United States and Canada.
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