Indigenous People's Day
22.50 in HIGH x 16.62 in WIDE
(57.15 cm HIGH x 42.23 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Loer right corner has: "Graphics Sal Garcia / Concept Zambrano-Garcia Jennings" with a small recycled log and an Allied Printing union label with: "Inkworks - 147". Lower right edge of drawing has: "S.Garcia".

Poster is printed on white paper with images and text in black. The top of the poster has the text: "Indigenous People's Day / Saturday, October 10th, 1992 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Park (Behind City Hall) - Berkeley - California / To express appreciation for our survival and acknowledgement of our contribution to todays world community and in commemoration of our fallen patriots / Sunrise - Ceremony at the Berkeley waterfront / 10:00 AM - Gather in the park / Noon - Dedication Turtle Island Monument / 2:00 PM - Motorcade leaves / 2:00 to 4:00 - Procession to Shattuck Avenue / Berkeley Resistance 500 Task Force / Contact - (510) 548-1992 / c/o Nancy Skinner / 2180 Milvia - City Hall. Berkeley, California". Center of poster has a concentric circle design overlaid with an image of a turtle with a map of North America on its shell, and three feathers at center and cut out photos of men, women, and children around the outside. The lower left corner has the text: "1. A Commemoration of the now extinguished fires of native nations / long gone and of the indigenous patriots and martyrs who stood for / the values of indigenous people. / 2. To acknowledge the contributions of indigenous people to todays / modern society in arts, medicine, education, science, agriculture and / government. / 3. To affirm the survival and existence of the tribal peoples all over the / globe and to educate the public of the importance and symbolic / nature of our common destiny and that of the natural world.".
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