Building with the Voiceless of El Salvador Campaign
c. 1989
23.44 in HIGH x 17.50 in WIDE
(59.53 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

A small union label for Allied Printing #200 is printed at top right.

Black and white poster contains a graphic of a man in profile on his elbows and knees cupping a small plant with visible roots in his hands. Tall trees in silhouette with visible roots appear to grow from the man's back at center, and birds perch and fly under the leafy canopy at top center. The background of the poster contains a landscape with a field of rolling hills at the horizon line. A helicopter flies over a cloud of smoke billowing up from the ground in the distance at center left. Text in a white band across the top of the page reads: "Building with the Voiceless of El Salvador Campaign / A campaign to support the urban & rural communities of El Salvador." Text in a black band across the bottom of the page reads: "For More Information Please Contact: / Building with the Voiceless of El Salvador" and contains contact information for the National Office in Washington, D.C. and the Local Contact in Los Angeles, California.Building with the Voiceless of El Salvador (BVES) was an international support campaign that promoted the self-development of rural and urban communities. In March of 1989 they organized a caravan to El Salvador in which people from American and Canada drove trucks containing humanitarian aid to the poorest regions of El Salvador. [LMC]
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