Where Do Universal Human Rights Begin?
11.12 in HIGH x 28.00 in WIDE
(28.26 cm HIGH x 71.12 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

The left side of the poster has the text: "The Poster Project: Celebrating Women / This poster is one is a series produced for buses / and other public places. The project was made / possible through the generous support of the / California Arts Council, the National Endowment / for the Arts, the Atlantic Richfield Foundation, / Standard Brands, & the Women's Building. / The posters were processed by letterpress on a / Vandercook 219P using the Woman's Building / graphic studio. Two hundred copies were printed / for public display, along with a signed limited / edition on Arches cover paper. / The Poster Project was directed by Cheri Gaulke, / CAC artist-in-residence at the Woman's Building / working with collaborating artists: Susan Gitlin / Emmer, Sandra Golvin, Nancy Ann Jones, Vilma / Mendillo, Harriet Sherry Smith, Julie Santoro, / Jennifer Lockwood and Laura Stickney; with / technical advice by Bonnie Thompson Norman; / Spanish Translation by J. Michael Walker. This / poster was designed by Marge Oderberg. / For information contact / The Woman's Building, Los Angeles / (213) 221-6161".

At right the poster has a stylised drawing of a female figure at a podium with a micraphone, her right arm is outstreached. The Center of the poster has a stylized map of the world overlaid with the text: "Where do universal human rights begin? / In small places, close to home -- so close / and small that they cannot be seen on / anymaps of the world. / Eleanor Roosevelt, co-author of the Universal Declaration / of Human Rights, addressing the United Nations in 1958". Just below this the poster has text in Spanish. The left side of the poster has a large inscription.
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