Celebrate people's history
Late 20th - Early 21st Century
16.50 in HIGH x 10.69 in WIDE
(41.91 cm HIGH x 27.15 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Along the bottom edge is "art by adam fanucci, more posters available at www.justseets.org."

Poster conists of a purple red print on white paper. Image depicts human hands waving a flag with the text "celebrate people's history" next to it and a "A" in a circle. Text includes four paragraphs about teh Haymarket Affair in Haymarket Square, Chicago, Illinois on May 4, 1886 when a bomb exploded in the middle of a strike prompting the police to shoot resulting with 7 dead and 200 injuired and followed by what became one of the most infamously unjust trials in American history. In the bottom left corner is a quote from August Spies (one of the wrongly executed of the Haymarket Affair) ""The time will come when our silence will be more powerful than the voices you are throttling today.""
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