The Long Walk for Survival 1980
19.875 in HIGH x 25.875 in WIDE
(50.48 cm HIGH x 65.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"S.F. Indian Center ''Waihta'' Graphics - Labor Donated (c)" in black vertically down the left edge near the top.

Poster pritned on white paper. Poster has a stylized red and black image showing a line of people walking, with the front figure carrying a pole with feathers at the end. At the left is "the / long walk / for / survival / 1980" in white followed by a black image of a figure with a child on his shoulders and the text "127 Million Tons Of Cancer Inducing / Uranium Wastes Lie Exposed On / Indian Lands." At the top right is "a spiritual walk for world peace and the preservation of / mother earth" in red follwoed by "we urge all people who are concerned about the future / safety of the earth and its people to organize and / support this historical walk either through / participation or financial help." in black. At the bottom right is a circle divided in four, with each section shaded a different color - black, yellow, red and white. Above and below the circle is ''S.F. to D.C. / June-1980-November". At the bottom center are numbers for more information and at the bottom right is an address to send contributions to. |
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