El Calendario Chicano 1976
22.00 in HIGH x 14.00 in WIDE
(55.88 cm HIGH x 35.56 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

A Non-Profit stamp from Hayward, CA with the Permit number 1013 is printed at center left.

Outside cover of "El Canendario Chicano 1976" featuring a semi-abstract artwork in primary colors. Holes are punched at top and bottom center for hanging, and a non-profit stamp is printed at center left (when folded, it would be the upper right corner of the back page). The other side of the poster contains a black and white artwork by Carmen Lomas Garza titled "La Feria En Reynosa" on the top half of the page. The bottom half of the page contains text at left on the Origins of the calendar as an "?outgrowth of La Causa, a community center established in Oakland, California, in August, 1967," and its publication through the Southwest Network. An Editorial written by Armando Valdez, Coordinator of El Calendario Chicano - 1976, appears on the right.
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