Gold Greed Genocide
20th Century
17.00 in HIGH x 22.00 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 55.88 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Lower right corner has a small recycled logo and an Allied Printing union label with: "147 Inkworks Press".

The top and bottom edges of the poster a printed with a yellow and black geometric design. The left edge has a brown back ground with four paragraphs of text about the negative effects of gold mining on the Native American populations and environment of California under the heading: "Gold / Greed / Genocide". The right edge has a brown background with text about the artist. The center of the poster has a color reproduction of a painting. The left side of the painting has a montage of scenes with people farming and fishing with blue mountains in the background. The center of the painting has a large pit or mine and a man in a red backhoe with four arms and buckets with human arms that are removing jewelry and gold from the ground. At right the painting has a montage of images with a hand full of small gold coins, a man panning for gold, and a mine with brown mountains in the background.
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